Presumably, Brian Masche also had designs on his father-in-law, and had threatened to ''flatten'' him. He was arrested from his father-in-law's house, and the police had to threaten to taser Bryan Masche as he refused to comply with handcuffing. It is unclear whether the reality show or Brian Masche would resume normalcy as following Brian's aggressive behavior, Jenny Masche has already filed for divorce on September 17, 2010.
The police have confirmed Brian Masche's non co-operation, and one officer also confirmed that Bryan had continued to be belligerent even while in the police patrol vehicle. Bryan Masche showed no remorse for his action and put on a broad grin during the statutory photograph taken at the Yavapi County Detention Center. He has been released on a $3500 bail, but will have to appear at court on October 7 to face the charges against him.
Following the incident, sympathy for Jenny Masche poured in from all corners of the internet, as fans urged Jenny to stop putting up with such antics. Fans also commented that putting up with domestic abuse by Jenny might influence the children to grow up into abusive adults. In stark contrast to Brian Masche, Jenny Masche was highly appreciated by the public as a hard working, tolerant, and dutiful parent.
Bryan Masche served in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Kuwait during his career. He met with Jenny via the internet and married her on January, 2004. They had their six children through artificial insemination at the Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Jenny suffered a heart attack after the birth of her children and almost died from pregnancy complications. She recovered after five days and was able to visit her newborn babies.
Bryan Mache's take on marriage as a reluctant relationship can be gathered from his following quote made to PEOPLE in 2009:
''When you understand that there's no way out of marriage that forces you to work on your marriage. If we're going to be stuck with each other for the next 80 years, we better make it good.'' His actions, however, have not followed his expressed intent.