Shahs of Sunset star Mike Shouhed got caught up in some intense drama during filming on Season 4.
When fans parted ways with Shouhed last year, after Shahs of Sunset Season 3, he appeared to be on the cusps of a major career break in real estate and planning for his upcoming engagement to then-girlfriend (and now-wife) Jessica Parido. Then, as fans were reunited with Shouhed during Shahs of Sunset Season 4, things took a turn for the worse.
As fans have seen in the first few episodes of Shahs of Sunset, there is a rumor going around, claiming Shouhed attempted to sleep with his co-star, Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi, during their cast trip to Turkey. While that wouldn't have been breaking news if Shouhed was single, he was not single at the time. In fact, he and Parido were very serious and have since tied the knot. That didn't, however, slow down the rumor, which continues to be a hot topic among the Shahs of Sunset cast members.
After being faced with the rumor on Shahs of Sunset Season 4, Shouhed took to his blog, where he expressed shock at Gharachedaghi's allegations against him.
"I was hurt and confused — why would one of my closest friends make up something like that? G.G. has been like a sister to me, I would never think of hurting her the way she was trying to hurt me," Shouhed wrote, according to an April 12 report by Fashion & Style.
The site went on to claim Shouhed and Parido didn't seem to care much about the rumor, and as the Inquisitr reported, tied the knot on March 29 in Los Angeles.
In January, prior to the Shahs of Sunset Season 4 premiere, Gharachedaghi spoke to Rumorfix, denying she had claimed Shouhed raped her.
"Unfortunately there was a big rumor floating around that I said he raped me,. I want to clear that here now for the frist time to say I never said that her raped me. I would never wish that to even be out there on him. As much as he and I don't get along because of something that does happen on the season. I would never wish for that type of a lie to be put on him. I never said that. He did try to do something — it wasn't rape … he made me uncomfortable."
Shahs of Sunset airs tonight, and every Monday night, at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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