Big Brother: Why Mike Boogie Was Found Guilty of Stalking Will Kirby
Find out why Big Brother winner Mike Boogie Malin was found guilty of stalking Dr Will Kirby in 2021. Mike was on probation for two years.
Big Brother Season 7 winner Mike “Boogie” Malin was found guilty of stalking his former co-star and housemate Dr. Will Kirby and was subsequently sentenced to two years probation. Boogie and Will reunited for the first time Big Brother season 2, forming the iconic Chilltown alliance that took them far on the show. Fans generally consider this to be the first alliance ever Big Brother history In the end, Will won Big Brother season 2 and took home the $500,000 grand prize after one of the most tumultuous seasons in history.
As detailed in court documents obtained by Us Weekly, Boogie initially pleaded not guilty to the harassment charges he faced. Then in November 2020, Boogie was arrested for a DUI (driving under the influence) in Las Vegas, which didn’t help his existing legal troubles. In April 2021, Boogie appeared in court on the harassment allegations against Will and was sentenced to two years’ probation. For Us WeeklyBoogie “He will be ordered to spend three days in a Los Angeles County Jail, pay a total of $70 in fees and serve 30 days in a residential treatment program that has been selected for him. Malin must pay restitution of 300 dollars in court.”
Dr. Will pressed charges against Mike Boogie
The harassment allegations about Boogie began in September 2019, when Will was granted a restraining order against his Chilltown ally and close friend. This was shocking to many Big Brother fans and alumni like Boogie and Will had always been a dynamic duo for fans. According to the story, Boogie had allegedly been pestering Will to do other reality shows with him as a duo, but Will was more focused on his career as a doctor. According to the ruling, after his arrest and release, Boogie will also have to make restitution to Will. Boogie will also have to complete a total of 160 hours of community service and is prohibited from owning or possessing firearms.
After competing Big Brother 2, both Boogie and Will returned to compete with others Big Brother alumni on the move Big Brother 7: All-Stars. However, this time, it was Boogie’s turn to win the show. These two were incredibly iconic house guests Big Brother universe, and their friendship was long celebrated and loved by viewers.
This is a very sad end to what was once such a vibrant friendship between the two Big Brother legends Things got out of hand when Dr. Will felt compelled to get a restraining order against Boogie. This is obviously the result of Boogie’s reckless and dangerous behavior towards a person who was once a close friend.
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Source: Us Weekly