Carnival Kia co-owner Chris Bostick indicted by grand jury
Carnival Kia co-owner Chris Bostick appeared in court with his wife, Dessie, in late November.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
Carnival Kia co-owner Chris Bostick has been indicted by a grand jury on two misdemeanor counts of domestic assault.
Police were dispatched to Bostick's Brentwood home in November.
According to court documents, he got in a verbal argument with his wife.
Published reports say he also slammed the door on her, leaving a visible knot of her face.
Bostick turned himself into police the next day.
Following a court appearance in late November, Bostick told Nashville's News 2 he is incredibly sorry for the embarrassment he has brought to his family and children.
"Dessie and I love each other very, very much. It was six years ago whenever we moved to Nashville [and] I made the decision to put our family on television to show that we are real people and we have a real life and unfortunately, if I could push rewind, I wouldn't have done that."
He continued, "I'm embarrassed for my kids. I love my family and if I could, if I could have not embarrassed them in this situation, because yes, I put this on TV that we're a real family and obviously we are a real family and have real problems like everybody else."
Bostick is due again in court at the end of January.