A Grand Jury In Monmouth County, New Jersey Is Helping Former RHONJ Star Put Violent Home Invasion To Bed
If you ask me, Dina Manzo was on some of the best episodes of Real Housewives of New Jersey. When she exited, people were thinking that she just got the ax. Dina has always denied being fired from the show and said that she just "had enough" and wanted peace. I believe that now more than ever. After her departure, we learned what kind of drama she was really dealing with off TV.
A grand jury in Monmouth County just decided that Dina's ex-husband was involved in her violent home invasion...Thomas Manzo is indicted, and being charged as an accomplice in the 2017 home invasion. He has already turned himself in to the police.
In case you don't remember the details from four years ago, Dina and her current husband, David Cantin, were allegedly attacked. Dina, was allegedly punched numerous times in the head and face and David was beaten with a baseball bat. They were then zip-tied while they were robbed of Dina's expensive engagement ring and cash.
Dina's ex, Thomas Manzo got multiple charges: assault, burglary, theft, robbery, a weapons charge and multiple stalking charges as well. As we first told you James Mainello was arrested and indicted for his alleged role in the home invasion back in May 2019 and he is also named in the new indictment charges for stalking.
Dina is no doubt ready to put this behind her. Of course we wish her safety and peace of mind as she closes this dramatic chapter.