Former "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Dina Manzo and her boyfriend were bound and beaten during a home invasion over the weekend and both were left with facial injuries. The couple was then bound together in the home, prosecutors told the local news network.
As they walked through the front door, they encountered two suspects who were already in the house, the station reports. The unidentified individuals attacked Cantin with a baseball bat, breaking his nose, and punched Manzo multiple times in the face. And that's when the intruders reportedly stole cash and jewelry from David's home before they fled.
Cantin was able to free himself and call police, the release states. Then, they rushed to the hospital, where he and Dina were treated for facial injuries. No one should ever have to go through what they did. "They are grateful to law enforcement and the other emergency responders and appreciate everyone's concern and well wishes".
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The reality star and Cantin started officially dating a year ago.
The couple had spent Saturday celebrating the communion of Manzo's goddaughter Audriana Giudice, the youngest daughter of "RHONJ" star Teresa Giudice.
Bravo, which runs "Real Housewives", did not immediately return a request for comment.
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