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Heather Locklear’s Boyfriend Chris Heisser Wiki, Age, Arrested, Net Worth

Date: 19 Jul, 2018

Heather Locklear’s Boyfriend Chris Heisser Wiki, Age, Arrested, Net Worth

Chris Heisser is a former AMA motocross racer, who came to the limelight after dating American actress Heather Locklear. The pair since their relationship has timely hit the headlines for their violent feuds. 

The infamous beau of Heather has been recently pleaded guilty following his guilt that surfaced some five months ago. He is set to face a three year of probation.

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Chris Heisser’s Wiki: Dating Heather Locklear

Chris Heisser, age 56, was born on 23 July 1961. He is a former AMA motocross racer now serving as a contractor.

Chris, who stands tall at the height of 5’11”, has been in a relationship with actress girlfriend, Heather Locklear. The pair started dating one another since Heather parted ways with her ex-boyfriend, a plastic surgeon, Marc Mani.

After dating for some time, Chris proposed Heather on her 56th birthday on 25 September 2017. The marriage proposal came after the pair went through a bloody brawl.

Chris Heisser enjoys a romantic time with girlfriend Heather Locker on 25 November 2017 (Photo: Heather Locker’s Instagram)

Despite the proposal, the couple never confirmed their relationship in public. However, they were spotted sharing a romantic moment in bed on Heather’s Instagram picture posted on 25 November 2017.    

Besides his successful wealth as a contractor, Chris rejoices on the substantial income of his TV-star girlfriend. Heather bags a commanding net worth that dwells above $10 million.

Before Chris, Heather was married twice: first to Tommy Lee from 1986 to 1993 and then to Richie Sambora from 1994 to 2017. Heather has a daughter, Ava, from her marriage with Ritchie.

Heather was also in a relationship with her long-term boyfriend, Jack Wagner. However, the couple called it quits after getting engaged in 2011.

Chris Heisser Faces Arrest After Pleaded Guilty!

The boyfriend of actress Heather Locklear, Chris Heisser, was pleaded guilty by the Superior Court of California on 18 July 2018, following his arrest on February case.

Chris was arrested on one count of driving under the influence charge on February 26. He was found guilty for driving with a blood-alcohol level over the legal limit. However, the court dismissed his two additional charges of driving under the influence.

As for his punishment, Chris was given 36 months of probation and fined $2,377. Besides, he is required to complete a nine-month DUI program within one year.

Chris’ February arrest came just a few hours after his actress girlfriend was arrested for domestic violence and inhuman behavior with the cops.

The charge for Heather's violence came when she battered her boyfriend at their residence after going through a discussion. Heather’s brother immediately called the cops when he saw the two fighting as Chris was left with a recognizable mark. As of the reports, Heather was wasted with high consumption of alcohol.

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After the cops arrived at the location, Heather became uncooperative with the police and allegedly beat three deputies for which she was taken to the jail. She was transferred to the rehab to control her violent reactions. 

Formerly being arrested on a felony charge of domestic violence, Chris’ girlfriend, Heather Locklear was also hospitalized on 17 July 2018 for a psychiatric evaluation.

The situation came after Locklear tried to hurt herself. According to the police, Heather’s family member called 911 and informed that she was looking for a gun to shoot herself.

After investigating the matter, the police informed US magazine that it was just a medical issue and there was no any crime committed.

Besides, Locklear was accused of consuming Adderall pills mixed with the alcohol.

As of the report published from radaronline.com on 1 August 2018, the actress was alleged of taking the drugs that possess a life-threatening crisis.