She pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges.
Another of Salt Lake City’s “real housewives” landed in court. Mary Cosby has been accused of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and of harboring a runaway, both Class B offenses.
Cosby, 48, has pleaded not guilty. Details of the charges, which relate to an incident on April 8, are not available, but a representative for Cosby told E! New, “Mary is saddened to have been drawn into the domestic situation of another family, but she is convinced that this misunderstanding will soon be dispelled. “
A pre-trial conference is scheduled for August 12. According to court documents, the recommended fine for Cosby is $ 1,380.
Bravo, who airs “RHOSLC,” has not commented on the accusations – and has not confirmed that Cosby will return for season 2 of the show. Unofficially, however, she would be back.
The “Real Housewives” actor is the first lady of the Pentecostal Church of the Temple of Faith in Salt Lake City, where her husband, Robert C. Cosby, is the pastor. In Season 1 of “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” there was a lot of emphasis that Robert is not only much older than Mary, but that his first wife was Mary’s grandmother.
Cosby is the second actor of “RHOSLC” to find himself in court since the beginning of the series. His main rival on the show, Jen Shah, faces federal charges of conspiracy to commit telemarketing fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Shah also pleaded not guilty. On Thursday, a federal judge dismissed requests from her lawyers to dismiss the charges against her. Shah is to be tried on October 18 in New York.