We have some good news for fans of Unexpected mom Chloe Mendoza as we can exclusively reveal that she has signed on for Unexpected Season 3.
It appears as though Unexpected star Chloe Mendoza and Max Schenzel are legally allowed to be with each other again as the two pose for a series of photos together with their daughter Ava and share them on Instagram!
We exclusively revealed that Unexpected dad Max Schenzel was ordered to undergo a Rule 11 mental evaluation to determine if he was competent to stand trial in his theft case back in September, and now we have court documents that reveal why the defense filed the motion!
Unexpected dad Max Schenzel finally received his sentencing after he pleaded guilty to stealing cash, a casino voucher, and two credit cards from the purse of his friend’s sleeping 77-year-old grandmother in June. Max was extremely lucky to have a sympathetic prosecutor who requested and received a delayed jail sentence scheduled to begin in May of next year.
Unexpected dad Max Schenzel has been ruled mentally competent to stand trial after his attorney successfully petitioned for a Rule 11 mental evaluation back in September.
UNEXPECTED Max has Injunction Against Harassment order from Chloe’s family after alleged altercation EXCLUSIVE
The troubles continue to mount for Unexpected dad Max Schenzel as we can now exclusively reveal that he is not permitted to be in contact with Chloe or her family (except for text messages with Chloe regarding their daughter Ava) thanks to an Injunction Against Harassment filed on August 6.
We previously reported on the legal difficulties of Unexpected dad Max Schenzel after he was arrested for allegedly stealing money and credit cards from his friend’s sleeping 77-year-old grandmother in June, but Max isn’t the only on in his family who has had run-ins with the law!
As we previously reported, Unexpected dad Max Schenzel pleaded guilty in August to a felony theft charge after allegedly stealing money and a credit card from the sleeping 77-year-old grandmother of a friend back in June. Max’s sentencing was scheduled for last week, but has been delayed after his attorney petitioned the court to have Max submit to a mental evaluation to determine whether he’s competent to stand trial.