Love & Marriage: Huntsville Star Martell Holt Arrested on Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Charge

Huntsville, Alabama – Martell Holt, a longtime star of the reality series “Love & Marriage: Huntsville,” was arrested today on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office reported that Holt was booked into jail for third-degree domestic violence and harassing communications. He was released approximately three hours later.

“Love & Marriage: Huntsville” is a popular unscripted show that follows the lives of three high-powered Black couples who are friends and partners in a real estate venture. The series, which has aired nearly 60 episodes, recently got renewed for a seventh season.

Holt, who is divorced from his co-star Melody Holt, also appeared on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and was in a relationship with longtime star ShereĆ© Whitfield.

Before entering the reality TV world, Holt worked as a teacher and coach. He is also an author and the CEO of the Holt Brand.

No comment has been provided by the network, OWN, which airs “Love & Marriage: Huntsville.” The show has been a success and was the top original non-sports series for the night among all key Black demographics on both broadcast and cable.

In conclusion, Martell Holt, a star of “Love & Marriage: Huntsville,” was arrested in Huntsville, Alabama on charges of domestic violence and harassing communications. Holt, who has appeared in all six seasons of the reality show, is currently awaiting further legal proceedings.