“RHOBH” Dorit Kemsley’s Husband Will Not Face DUI Charges


He admitted to simply drinking one glass of wine when he was arrested for DUI last year.

After being arrested for DUI last year, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley’s husband PK will not be charged with any offenses connected to it as a result of the case’s dismissal.

PK Kemsley

The Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office investigated PK’s case, but according to TMZ, which first reported the news, it was dismissed in April owing to an “insufficiency of the evidence.”

His breathalyzer reading dropped to.076 at the police station from.081 in the field—below the .08 legal limit. Prosecutors ultimately decided not to charge him at that time due to the level change.

As we previously reported, Paul “PK” Kemsley was arrested for DUI back in December. It was also the time that the couple has been under stress since the real housewife was robbed at gunpoint at their home in October.

On Nov. 23, police officers observed PK’s car weaving in and out of traffic on the 101 freeway near Los Angeles. He failed a breathalyzer test just off Laurel Canyon and was stopped after blowing .081.

PK and Dorit Kemsley

However, he was retested at 12 in the morning and found to have a .073 blood alcohol content. He was then apprehended, transported to the Van Nuys Police Department, and cooperated with the authorities.

“PK was arrested and cited on Nov. 23 on suspicion of DUI. While out with a business colleague, PK consumed a glass of wine with dinner,” Alan Jackson, his attorney, said at that time.

“Following a traffic stop, it was determined that he may have been close to the legal limit,” the statement continued. “He regrets the fact he did not take alternate transportation home that evening. PK takes the allegations extremely seriously and fully cooperated with the authorities.”

“This would mark the first and only such incident in PK’s long driving history. He has learned a valuable lesson.”

Reactions to “RHOBH” Dorit Kemsley’s Husband Will Not Face DUI Charges

Not enough evidence? He blew a 0.081 and was driving erratically? It's common sense the reading would go down as time passes. Hundreds of thousands of people would not have been charged if they used the second reading instead of the first one at the scene. Hmmm?

lock him up either way, her too