Shannon Beador is attempting to return to her normal routine following her drunken hit-and-run two weeks ago.
In photos obtained by Page Six, the “Real Housewives of Orange County” star was spotted looking pensive as she walked her dog, Archie, in Laguna Beach, Calif., Friday.
Beador tried to fly under the radar in a gray University of Southern California sweater and black yoga pants, accessorized with sunglasses and blue flats.
Despite covering up in the sweatshirt, a white cast appeared to peak beneath Beador’s left sleeve suggesting the Bravo star may have broken or fractured a bone in her arm due to the impact of her recent crash.
On Sept. 20, Beador, 59, was photographed wearing a sling — along with bruising on her face — but it is still unclear what type of injuries she may have sustained.
Beador’s pal Jeff Lewis shared on the Sept. 18 episode of “Jeff Lewis Live” that his friend was in fact “injured” but was “recovering.” He did not go into any further detail.
As Page Six previously reported, Beador was taken in by police at 11:45 p.m. local time on Sept. 16 after driving her vehicle into the garden of a neighboring home and later driving off.
According to the police report, officers found the Bravolebrity nearby pretending to walk her dog after clipping the building and parking her vehicle.
Beador faces a misdemeanor hit-and-run charge and a DUI alcohol charge. She was released the morning following her accident after paying a $2,500 bail.
The mother of three is also under investigation by the Newport Beach Police Department’s animal control unit due to driving under the influence with her pooch in the vehicle.
Last week, a NBPD public information officer told Page Six exclusively that they were “looking into” the incident and what options they could pursue regarding the alleged endangerment of Archie.
“We don’t have animal endangering laws like you would with children but we do have animal cruelty laws, so he’s going to look into that a little bit further,” Sgt. Steve Oberon told us at the time.
Oberon also told us that, upon her arrest, Beador requested that Archie be “dropped off at someone’s house to take care of it while she was dealing with her situation.”
Given that the dog didn’t have any visible signs of injury, Oberon shared that the officers obliged.
It is unclear who looked after Archie after Beador was taken into custody, but a source suggests that the good boy was taken to Beador’s ex John Janssen’s house that night.
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Janssen has been seen by Beador’s side amid her legal troubles.
The reality star is reportedly looking into alcohol treatment centers following her arrest.
According to Beador’s lawyer, Mike Fell, Beador is “extremely apologetic and remorseful.”
He added, “We will be awaiting the official information on this case as it becomes available, and Shannon is prepared to accept full responsibility for her actions.”