Shannon Beador's Ex David Charged with Reckless Driving 6 Months After 'RHOC' Alum's Own DUI

David Beador was pulled over on Feb. 4 in Orange County, California, for allegedly driving at speeds greater than 100 miles per hour on the highway, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE

Paul Archuleta/Getty Images; Jerod Harris/WireImage Shannon Beador (left) and David Beador
Paul Archuleta/Getty Images; Jerod Harris/WireImage Shannon Beador (left) and David Beador

Shannon Storms Beador's ex-husband David Beador has been charged with two misdemeanors for alleged reckless driving and speeding.

According to the misdemeanor citation obtained by PEOPLE, the Real Housewives of Orange County alum's ex was pulled over on Feb. 4 in Orange County, California, for allegedly driving at speeds greater than 100 miles per hour on the highway "in willful and wanton disregard for the safety of persons and property."

At his arraignment on Wednesday, the construction entrepreneur was formally charged with two misdemeanor counts, to which he both plead not guilty, per court records viewed by PEOPLE.

David's pre-trial hearing has been scheduled for April 9.

David's attorney, Michael L. Fell, did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

Michael Kovac/Getty David Beador
Michael Kovac/Getty David Beador

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Shannon, 60, and David, 59, split in September 2017 after more than 17 years of marriage. Their relationship had many ups and downs, as documented throughout Shannon's time on the Bravo reality show

In season 10, she revealed that David was unfaithful to her. The couple then spent time repairing their marriage through therapy, and even renewed their vows on camera before they ultimately decided to go their separate ways.

The two settled their divorce in April 2019 where they agreed to joint legal and physical custody of their daughters, Sophie and twins Stella and Adeline.

<p>Jerod Harris/WireImage</p> (L) Shannon Beador and David Beador

Jerod Harris/WireImage

(L) Shannon Beador and David Beador

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David's reckless driving charges come just six months after Shannon was charged with driving under the influence.

In September 2023, the Newport Beach Police Department told PEOPLE that the Bravolebrity was "arrested at 1:17 a.m. on Sept. 17 after fleeing the scene from a collision that caused property damage."

She was found walking her dog by police after she allegedly left her car in the middle of the road, according to the initial report by TMZ.

The NBPD also confirmed to PEOPLE that Shannon had been "booked for two misdemeanors — hit-and-run and DUI alcohol. She was released on a citation."

<p>Stephen Lovekin/Shutterstock </p> Shannon Beador

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Shannon Beador

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Shortly after, Fell — David's current attorney also represented Shannon in this case — issued a statement to PEOPLE about her actions.

"I spent quite a bit of time with Shannon yesterday," he said. "She is extremely apologetic and remorseful. We will be awaiting the official information on this case as it becomes available, and Shannon is prepared to accept full responsibility for her actions."

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In November, Shannon was sentenced to three years of probation and 40 hours of community service. She was also required to complete a nine-month alcohol program and pay restitution for the house damage from the incident.

At the time, Fell shared a statement with PEOPLE on her behalf, confirming Shannon pleaded no contest to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Driving "when she had a blood-alcohol level of .08 or above."

"The Orange County District Attorney's Office argued that Shannon should be sentenced to jail and be convicted of DUI and a hit-and-run. But after receiving legal arguments from both sides, the judge denied the prosecutor's request and dismissed the hit-and-run," Fell said. "In so ruling, the judge acknowledged that Shannon had made full restitution to the homeowner in this matter, who did not desire prosecution, and admitted her wrongdoing at an early stage of the proceedings."

Fell noted that "Shannon took full responsibility for her actions and accepted the judge’s sentence," before sharing a message from Shannon that stated, "I am grateful that no one else was injured besides me in this incident. I have learned so much from my terrible mistake that night and realize that driving any distance while impaired is too far.'"

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