Married at First Sight‘s Chris Williams was stopped by the police and they asked to search his car for dead bodies. He said it was a traumatic experience while on a road trip.
Married at First Sight: Chris Williams Toting Dead Bodies in His Car?
Chris Williams from Married at First Sight said he and his girlfriend went on a road trip to Florida, but they had a bad experience. While they headed to their location, a police officer pulled them over, according to Chris. He said he was really scared and didn’t know why he had to pull over.
Married at First Sight husband Chris said the police officer told him that couldn’t hear him while he was in the car. The police officer asked him to get out of the car so that he could hear him better.
The the officer asked if he could search the vehicle and check it for any “dead bodies”.
Soap Dirt’s law enforcement expert said, “sometimes when you have probable cause to search a vehicle, the officer might make a joke to ease the tension”. For instance, they might ask, “is there anything you have in your car you shouldn’t like guns, knives, hand grenades? So if the policeman did mention dead bodies, it might have been in jest and in conjunction with other requests.”
Chris said it was a very strange thing and that he thought fast and asked to call his lawyer. Instead of calling a lawyer, he called his father for help. Chris Williams from Married at First Sight said he got to go on his way but that it was an odd experience.
No One Feels Sorry for Chris
Despite his scary story, after the antics he pulled on Married at First Sight, he has a hard time getting people to feel bad for him. He told a story about starting his Subway store in Marietta, Georgia, and how hard he worked. He said all of his staff quit on him as soon as he bought the store.
An ex-coworker had their own tea to spill, though, and said Chris from Married at First Sight didn’t come into work on time. And that he had people working crazy hours and other horror stories.
Chris couldn’t keep his story straight about whether he paid for the Subway franchise himself or if he got investors to help him out. At first, he said he saved and put up all of the money himself. And then he said he was smart and used other people’s money. Fans of MAFS said he seems to have some inconsistencies in his story.
As it turns out, Soap Dirt’s investigative reporters uncovered that Chris Williams was in trouble with the franchise from almost the very beginning. Chris received a “Notice of Default” from Subway’s corporate offices soon after opening. Our source leaked exclusively to us internal documents showing he was in danger of losing his store just weeks after opening.
The MAFS star also quickly amassed state tax liens and later was evicted from the property by Sheriff’s deputies.
Married at First Sight: Surviving the Lifetime Show
Some fans of Married at First Sight said they bet Chris Williams wished he never came on the show. Chris said he gets death threats now that people see what he was like on television. And that people shouldn’t judge him for what he did.
Paige Banks seemed genuinely hurt over the things that took place in their relationship. But Chris Williams acted like he didn’t do anything wrong. Fans of Married at First Sight said the experts should have seen through Chris. And that Paige didn’t deserve all that drama.
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