Hayden Panettiere Assaulted by Boyfriend on Valentine’s Day

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Hayden Panettiere Assaulted by her Boyfriend on Valentine’s Day

If you are a fan or at least following her on Instagram, then you must be aware that Hayden Panettiere is dating a man called Brian Hickerson. And certainly, it’s not an overstatement to assume he might be one of the worst human beings on the planet. You will be surprised to learn about Hayden Panettiere assaulted by boyfriend recently on Valentine’s Day.

Hayden Panettiere Assaulted by Boyfriend

Hickerson was first arrested for assaulting Panettiere back in May of 2019. To the terror of her loved ones, though, Hayden lived with her brutal boyfriend, and the pair remained to live together.

Hayden Panettiere Assaulted by Boyfriend

Just a few months later, in July of last year, Panettiere was battered by Hickerson two times in just three days. After a brief breakup, during which Hayden dated Hickerson’s brother, the couple patch up again, and as a consequence of this settlement, she denied claiming against Brian at his trial.

Hayden Panettiere and Brian Hickerson

Therefore, he was found not guilty of a lack of real witnesses. Unluckily, Hayden chose to live with Hickerson, and it seems she was assaulted yet again this week.

According to our insider, Hickerson was arrested on Valentine’s Day when police returned to a neighbor’s accusation of possible domestic violence. When police arrived, they saw a drunken Hickerson trying to make his way back into the house as a frightened Hayden cringed inside.

Hayden Panettiere Assaulted by Boyfriend

Surprisingly, it seems Hickerson proved against himself, informing police that Panettiere had been “saying he beat the f–k out of me” before their arrival.

Though, Hickerson also explained that he hired a private cook for the vacation and paid him extra to remain on the scene so that he “wouldn’t be accused of bulls–t.”

Hayden Panettiere's boyfriend arrested for domestic violence

Hickerson was finally arrested for domestic assault, along with a second charge of interfering with a police officer, which arose from his rejection to identify himself.

It seems he was freed on bail soon thereafter. No word yet on when Hickerson will face trial.