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Following reports of former RHOA star Peter Thomas reportedly attacking a customer at his restaurant he has been found not guilty. Peter is a co-owner of Bar One in Harbor East and allegedly grabbed a woman by the throat and proceeded to choke her. This is allegedly after the victim, who was dining at the establishment, was sitting in the same section as her and noticed he was inebriated and in a bad mood, which she said mentioned to her friends.

Peter was facing criminal charges however despite the claims, Peter posted an update this morning to his Instagram page and said 12 jurors found him not guilty.

The Baltimore Banner reports,

Thomas, 62, was acquitted in Baltimore Circuit Court of second-degree assault. The jury deliberated for less than an hour.

“We’re very happy with the verdict,” said Warren Brown, Thomas’ attorney, outside the courtroom in the Elijah E. Cummings Courthouse in Baltimore.

“This man is 62, has led a stellar life, built a successful business. And I think the jury rendered the right verdict.”

When the verdict was read, Chanel Williams, who had accused Thomas of choking her, quickly got up and left the courtroom.