Looks like TLC's cameras missed some serious drama! Darcey Silva, star of Before the 90 Days, and twin sister Stacey Silva have were arrested for a "cat fight" at home in Middletown, CT. The incident happened three weeks ago, but the news of their arrests just hit the press, and the story takes sibling rivalry to a whole new level.
According to a police blotter in The Middletown Press, these 43-year-olds "were arrested Feb. 8 and each issued a misdemeanor summons for disorderly conduct." They're accused of "getting into an argument that reportedly escalated to a 'cat fight,' with both women attacking the other."
Darcey and Stacey avoided domestic violence charges, but they'll still have to appear in court on March 16. And if you want more details, Starcasm has the report from the arresting officer, who arrived on the scene that morning around 1:30 a.m. ET.
"Darcey Silva stated that her sister began arguing with her and throwing items around the apartment," the officer wrote. "She reported that her sister also pushed her around. She stated that she never put her hands on her sister."
Meanwhile, Stacey claimed "her sister was woken up and became extremely upset and started having a verbal argument with her." Apparently, Stacey 'fessed up to knocking over a lamp and flipping her kitchen table and chairs. And she "also stated that they both put their hands on each other during the argument and were pushing each other," the officer said.
There were two witnesses, whose identities were redacted in the police report, and Starcasm speculates they may have been Darcey's daughters. In any case, the witnesses told the officer the siblings' argument escalated into a "cat fight," and though Darcey and Stacey weren't punching each other, they were "pushing and pulling each other around the house."
A fan Instagram account reached out to Darcey's Before the 90 Days beau, Dutch personal trainer Jesse Meester, who made it clear he's far from the drama, especially since he and Darcey are no longer an item. "I am not getting into it since I am not with her," the 24-year-old said. "[I'm distancing] myself from the behavior like I did many times. I do not want to be associated with this craziness anymore. People can do only so much to help or confront. It saddens me to hear from others this is still going on … I just pray that one day she will stop this and take ownership for her own growth."
Well, if Darcey and Stacey don't hold themselves responsible for their behavior, the Connecticut court system might!