'Real Housewives' star arrested for battery on a cop, disorderly intoxication

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"The Real Housewives of New York City" star, 52, was arrested in Palm Beach, Fla., on charges of battery on an officer, disorderly intoxication, resisting arrest with violence and crimes against a person, online records show.

"The Countess" Luann de Lesseps was a royal pain for cops Sunday morning, as police in Florida arrested the reality star for causing a drunken scene. She forfeited the title last married when she remarried.

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Judge Ted Booras allowed de Lesseps to return to New York City and reportedly advised her to hire a criminal defense attorney. She is a former model and released a pop single called "Money Can't Buy You Class" in 2010.

The Bravo star was in Palm Beach, Florida for holiday celebrations, and she was arrested there at 1:25 a.m. on Sunday. The paper quotes an unidentified assistant state's attorney saying the star kicked an officer and said "I'm going to kill you all" before being arrested.

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Judge Ted Booras determined that the former countess that could go back to NY and released her without bond. He told De Lesseps not to respond to his suggestion since anything she said could incriminate herself.

"'Tom left her for this reason, because she was so violent", an unnamed friend of D'Agostino told DailyMail.

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Requests for comment from de Lesseps' team and Bravo representatives weren't immediately returned.

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