Christine Quinn accused her estranged husband, Christian Richard, of pretending to attempt suicide as a test to see if she truly loved him. This incident was detailed in a restraining order filing after Richard allegedly engaged in a violent rampage in their California mansion. Quinn flew from Paris to Hungary to be with Richard, where he allegedly faked a suicide attempt by pouring pills into his mouth and telling her he was dying, only to later reveal that it was a test to see if she cared for him. The reality star was left feeling terrified and uncertain of how to call for emergency services in a foreign country.

In the filing, Quinn described feeling afraid of Richard after realizing he had faked the suicide attempt, unsure of what he might do next. The former Netflix reality star also detailed an incident on March 18 that led to Richard’s domestic violence arrest. During a heated argument about their marriage, including financial contributions and efforts towards being partners, Richard allegedly threw objects, including dog feces, and even urinated on the floor. His violent behavior escalated the next day, with Quinn claiming he threw objects at her and their 2-year-old son, causing broken glass to be in their child’s hair.

Despite Richard’s denial of throwing glass at Quinn and their son, he was arrested outside their home following the altercation. The former couple had tied the knot in a TV wedding that aired during Season 3 of “Selling Sunset” in 2019. In the wake of these incidents, Quinn highlighted the importance of seeking help for domestic violence or suicide prevention, providing resources for those in need.

Page Six reached out to Richard’s lawyer for comment but had not received a response at the time of publication. The shocking details contained in the restraining order filing shed light on a tumultuous relationship between Quinn and Richard, which ultimately led to his arrest for domestic violence. The events described in the filing paint a picture of a troubled and tumultuous relationship, causing Quinn to fear for her and her son’s safety.

In the midst of these troubling revelations, Quinn urged those affected by domestic violence or thoughts of suicide to seek help from the National Domestic Violence Hotline or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. The harrowing experiences she shared in the filing serve as a stark reminder of the importance of addressing mental health and relationship issues before they escalate to dangerous levels. As the situation continues to unfold, the focus remains on providing support and resources for those who may be experiencing similar challenges in their own lives.

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