Kathryn Dennis appears to be in hot water with police in South Carolina — at least potentially.
According to a series of new reports, the Southern Charm alum, 32, who confirmed her exit ahead of the series’ currently airing ninth season earlier this year, Kathryn’s SUV was seen fleeing a hit-and-run incident on Friday — just after the tragic death of her beloved family dog, Gucci, and amid claims of disgusting behavior and “squatting” at a family member’s home.
Months after her Bravo departure and the loss of custody of her two kids, eight-year-old Kensington and six-year-old St. Julien, to ex-boyfriend Thomas Ravenel, 61, it was reportedly that Kathryn had moved back in with her father. However, according to an October 21 report from All About the Tea, she’s since been involved in a “squatting” incident at her cousin’s home.
Months after Kathryn was reportedly “forcibly removed [from the home] by the police” in August, a Charleston source said that a friend had seen a “sh*t show” at their neighbor’s house, where Kathryn is accused of staying, and texted the neighbor.
“Well my cousin is a psychopath right now and has lost her children and is on drugs, and she was squatting at my house,” the neighbor allegedly replied.
Although Kathryn’s whereabouts are unknown, the friend confirmed squatter was “Kathryn Dennis from that Southern Charm show,” and said that when they looked up the “neighbor’s name,” it seemed to be Dennis.
“She [Kathryn] pooped on the floor and vomited in bed, that’s when cops came and threw all of Kathryn’s clothes into her car,” a source revealed to All About The Tea.
All About the Tea also confirmed the recent death of Kathryn’s dog, Gucci, who was involved in a “cruel and vicious attack,” leaving the Southern Charm alum, who had him since December 2021, inconsolable.
“The dog was attacked by coyotes and killed,” a family source revealed. “She has been depressed over Gucci’s death and broke down while telling me Gucci died.”
As for the recent hit-and-run, an October 22 report from FITSNews shared that the vehicle involved, a 2022 Ford SUV, was registered to Kathryn — and it was found at her address after being spotted fleeing the scene.
According to law enforcement reports, the accident occurred around 7:30 a.m. on Friday near the Whitesville Elementary School in Berkeley County and left a Berkeley County deputy, who was also described as a school resource officer, hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
While Kathryn has yet to be confirmed as the driver, or charged with any crime, the incident is being investigated by the S.C. Highway Patrol (SCHP).
Southern Charm season nine airs Thursdays at 9/8c on Bravo.