The Shocking Thing Brock Davies Admitted To Doing In His Marriage

Reality star Scheana Shay has often been portrayed on Bravo's "Vanderpump Rules" as a romantic hopeful who's kissed a lot of frogs — albeit talented frogs who can hang a television in less than seven minutes. (Never forget.) Finally, however, it seemed that Scheana had found an exceptionally large set of arms to land in. Enter Australian transplant and former professional Rugby player, Brock Davies. 

Following a tragic miscarriage, Scheana pleasantly surprised the masses when she announced that she and her boyfriend Brock Davies were expecting. "IT'S ALL HAPPENING APRIL 2021!!!" Scheana penned in a joyful post on Instagram before adding, "We are expecting our rainbow baby!!!" The couple went on to welcome a baby girl, Summer Moon in April, and in July, Brock popped the question — and Scheana said yes! "I knew it was coming soon, but I didn't know how or when. I was so surprised!" Scheana dished to People about her surprise of a lifetime. "Brock knows me so well and knew exactly how to do what I would want. There's no date set, but our dream would be to get married in Bali," she added.

Alas, now it looks like the couple has bigger fish to fry following a shocking admission Brock made on an episode of Vanderpump Rules.

Brock Davies admitted to slapping his ex-wife

Scheana Shay's fiancé and father of her daughter, Summer Moon, shocked viewers everywhere when he admitted on an episode of "Vanderpump Rules" that he once "slapped" his ex-wife.

Leading up to the bombshell episode, cast members of the show, including Lala Kent, had many questions as to why Brock had not seen or spoken to his children from his previous marriage in almost four years. As reported by People, in an effort to clear up any questions that Scheana's friends had, Brock met with them at Lisa Vanderpump's palatial abode, Villa Rosa. "The person I am today isn't that person I was 10 years ago," he began. "The situation between me and my ex was toxic, and yeah, there was an instance one time. And I did slap my partner. I did. I'm not proud of that," he confessed. "We had an argument and I slapped her. Following that, we moved to France. My little boy was born, we separated," he later revealed in a confessional. "And then we found out we were pregnant with my little girl. That led to an argument with me and her dad, and they pressed the domestic violence order on me." 

As one can imagine, the backlash was swift both on and off camera, but Scheana's stance never wavered. During an episode of "Watch What Happens Live" Scheana was adamant that Brock's past behavior didn't concern her. "I know he has done the work to get to where he is now," she told host Andy Cohen.

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