He’s got a pretty rough past! Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff moved on from his divorce from ex-wife Amy Roloff with Roloff Farms manager Caryn Chandler. Matt and Caryn are still going strong after two years of dating, and they’ve even managed to navigate the awkwardness of still having to work with Amy — but Matt isn’t the only one with an unpleasant ex! Caryn’s ex-husband Joseph Chandler reportedly has quite the shady past and according to his criminal record, obtained by Radar Online, including multiple DUIs and an assault charge.

Joseph’s most recent arrest took place on Jan. 31, 2018, according to Washington County, OR court documents obtained by Radar. Caryn’s ex reportedly “did unlawfully drive a vehicle upon a highway or premises open to the public while under the influence of intoxicants, to wit: alcohol.”  This led to an arrest on a DUI charge and the 51-year-old was sentenced to 45 days in jail and two years probation. His license was also revoked for a year, he was instructed to complete a “Victim Impact Panel” that took place on Sept. 27, 2018, and he was ordered to pay $1,855 in fees.

Then, in 2013, Caryn’s ex-husband was arrested for driving with a suspended license, according to Radar. After he pleaded guilty to the charges, he was placed in the “Washington County Community Corrections/State of Oregon Corrections Department for a period of three years.”

Joseph’s license was suspended in connection with a series of run-ins with the law in 2009, according to the documents, which is when he was arrested for “driving while under the influence and causing injury to several people with his vehicle.” In November of that year, Joseph was charged with “assault in the third degree,” “failure to perform duties of driver — felony (involving serious physical injury),” “driving under the influence of intoxicants (liquor, alcohol, and a controlled substance,” and “assault in the fourth degree.” He was also charged with four counts of “unlawfully and recklessly engaging in conduct which created [a] substantial risk of physical injury,” which allegedly involves four separate individuals. He pleaded guilty to all charges and reached a settlement agreement for an undisclosed amount, and he was also ordered to complete 80 hours of community service.

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