Bryan Masche

September 20, 2010 by Post Team 

Bryan Masche, ( – Bryan Masche, the father’s reality show “U.S.” The increase in sextuplets, “was arrested while she was visiting relatives in Arizona and charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and threatening domestic violence.

Masche, 32, was arrested at the Detention Center Yavapi County and released on bond and 3500, a spokesman for Arizona Camp Verde Marshal’s Office for People magazine.

He gave no further details but confirmed that the published reports masche lost his temper, which anyone has to call 911. It is unknown whether the wife of masche and television co-star, Jenny, was involved in the incident.

Masche is the father of the second round of Arizona’s only sextuplets, born three years ago. The family now lives in Florida.

According to the newspaper Clar?n Camp Verde, masche was arrested after he allegedly threatened his family and starts screaming and swearing. When officers arrived, masche apparently not satisfied with the authorities.

If ‘Total Brutal’ struggles’

In an interview with PEOPLE 2009, Bryan and Jenny admitted that the increase of six young children were not easy and that the couple said. “We totally brutal fights,” said Jenny PEOPLE.

Confident in their faith, religious partner sought to work through their marital problems. “When you understand that there is no way out of marriage, which forces you to work on their marriage,” Bryan told PEOPLE.

“We both have an understanding in our minds that there was” he added. “I know personally that I am responsible before God, and Jenny knows who is accountable to God, and we have no way out of this thing. So if we are going to be stuck together for the next 80 years, you’d better do it right.”

Her marriage, Jenny said, “is a work in progress, and not quite perfect. However, we believe that the stronger partner, marriage is the stronger the better and it is for children.”

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