San Diego tech tycoon accused of beating reality TV show star

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SAN DIEGO – A San Diego business man was accused of assaulting of a reality TV show star in a drunken, jealous rage, an attorney confirmed Thursday.

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Ariane Bellamar, Patrick Henry

Prosecutors in Utah charged Patrick Henry, the CEO of Entropic Communications Inc. in San Diego, with assaulting Beverly Hills Nannies’ star Ariane Bellamar.

Authorities alleged the 51-year-old Henry was hosting Bellamar at his home in Park City, Utah on January 23 when he assaulted her and threw her phone to the ground when she tried to call for help.

Bellamar was one of the pampered mothers on the now-cancelled reality show.  The 35-year-old appeared on the show with her now-estranged husband.

She told Radar Online that she met Henry on Millionarematch.com.

Henry stated that Bellamar was drunk at the time and the assault accusations are false.

Henry is scheduled to be arraigned on March 18 in Summit County.

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