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Here's Why Reagan Charleston Was "Relieved" When Husband Jeff Walked Off on Southern Charm New Orleans
The law student shares how the shocking moment impacted her marriage.
We witnessed an incredibly intense moment between Reagan and Jeff Charleston during Sunday night's episode of Southern Charm New Orleans. Emotions erupted between the married couple in the car on the way back from Jon Moody's guys' night, which didn't end well when Reagan and Tamica Lee crashed the party only to find out that a bunch of ladies had been invited to hang out, too. The night ended with Jeff exiting the car and running off into a swamp before Barry Smith finally convinced his friend to get in his car and go home.
Reagan opened up about what was really going on in her marriage up to that point on Twitter during the episode Sunday night. "We were experiencing a terribly difficult period in our marriage that would be hard on any couple, let alone a couple living it out in front of a camera crew," Reagan tweeted.
She added in another tweet, "We need to reach the lowest points to measure where we really are in our lives and relationships."
Even though this was certainly a difficult moment for the Southern Charm New Orleans couple, something positive did come out of the situation, according to Reagan. "It all came to a head that night — drinking did not help— still, I’m relieved it did happen so that we had a catalyst that brought us to build & change," she tweeted.
Jeff shared on Twitter during the episode that the moment is still "hard to watch." "I cant believe I was this mean to @ReaganNola," he tweeted.
He also tweeted, "It’s upsetting that I put everyone I love in this situation. They truly cared for me and were there to get me out of dark times."
Jeff also opened up more about the moment in a blog on Bravotv.com, attributing much of his anger to his issues with his mom and dad, which he took out on Reagan instead. The former NFL player shared how he felt the day after the incident in his blog. "I was embarrassed. I was upset that I worried everyone and made Barry go out of his way. I felt bad about being mean to Reagan. We had been arguing with each other so much already, I was worried that this was really the last straw," Jeff wrote. "I knew that I had to finally process my feelings and figure out what was going on with me. So even though I was mad at myself and mad at the situation, I knew I had to talk to someone. But even though I felt all of this, it was cathartic in a way. I finally let it all go and realized that I had to really get to the bottom of what I was feeling and going through."
See more of the jaw-dropping moment, below.