Kim Richards continues to have a lot of legal issues to resolve. From the latest dog bite case just last month, to her two criminal cases that remain open pending her compliance with her plea deals, you can bet that someone is shelling out some big bucks on attorneys fees.
Back in late April, some six months after her first sentencing took place and five months after her second, a bench warrant was issued for Kim due to failure to produce any evidence of compliance with her plea deal agreement. Her lawyer went to court and admitted there was no proof of compliance and a new hearing was set for the first week in June. I heard nothing about that hearing actually occurring and feel like the date was likely pushed again. At issue were Kim’s community LABOR and AA meeting attendance.
One of Kim’s judges, the one in the Beverly Hills Hotel case, was adamant that she complete thirty days of community labor and not community service to be ensure that Kim “have some actual consequences.” The hold up seemed to be an agreement as to what could count as her “labor.”
Apparently, she will be doing her thirty hours at Skydog Sanctuary, a non-profit Mustang sanctuary that rescues at risk wild horses from all across America. The photos from her Instagram as well as Skydog’s Instagram indicate that she has been working with the horses. She will be going with organization to rescue wild horses in Oregon soon.
Did I mention RHOBH is filming and Kyle has already indicated that Kim will be filming?
So does it count as community labor if you are paid by Bravo to film your community labor? That is an interesting legal question.
Let’s hope that the horses will be very therapeutic for Kim and that she will benefit from her labor. Maybe, if she is going to meetings finally and the combination will work well for her.