While Ben Affleck currently battles his alcohol addiction in rehab, his Playboy model girlfriend Shauna Sexton is doing whatever she can to return to a normal life. However, the blonde bombshell, 22, may not be so innocent.
According to police reports obtained exclusively by In Touch Weekly, she was arrested in 2017 in Virginia Beach on a Class 4 misdemeanor charge for public intoxication. She was found guilty and fined $100. She was also arrested in 2014 in Virginia Beach for underage purchase or possession of alcohol, and for using a fake ID, and was found guilty of the latter. She was also found guilty of refusing or failing to “provide their correct name and address to a police officer,” and had to pay a $250 fine. You can view photos of Shauna Sexton’s mugshots below.
Affleck, 46, was first seen with Sexton at Nobu in Malibu on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Their dinner date sparked rumors that the actor and his girlfriend Lindsay Shookus, 37, split, since the couple was last spotted together on a trip to Puerto Rico in July. A few days later, Sexton and Affleck were photographed again entering the actor’s LA home.
Sexton fueled romance rumors further in an Instagram post where a fan asked her if an “angel” brought her down to Earth. The Virginia native replied, “No just Batman,” which many took as a reference to Affleck’s role in Justice League and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
One of Sexton’s most recent Instagram photos features a solo shot of the model sipping on red wine. When a fan commented on the pic, “lol she already got him thrown into rehab,” Sexton clapped back, “It’s so bizarre to me that you follow me and have the energy to come to the comments section strictly to comment something negative? It’s even more bizarre to me that you can somehow correlate someone’s poor person decisions to anyone other than that person. Never drank around or with him for the record.”
“Don’t pollute your brain with tabloid and media bullsh–t,” she continued. “Form an educated opinion on things if you do decide to. Love yourself a little harder. Radiate kindness. Spread words of encouragement.”