PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - The cast of Floribama Shore is in the midst of filming its second season, but not without causing some trouble.
One of the cast members is facing criminal charges after allegedly assaulting someone at a local bar.
Early Wednesday morning Bay County Sheriff's Deputies responded to Ms. Newby's off Thomas Drive in reference to a woman who was struck in the face.
Reports say when deputies arrived on scene, the victim told them MTV show star Aimee Elizabeth Hall assaulted her.
The victim allegedly told Hall she was 'not making Panama City Beach look good' and that's when she was allegedly struck.
Bartenders said they saw the assault happen.
Panama City Beach Mayor, Mike Thomas, said he's not surprised about the alleged assault.
"When you ask a show to come on your property that their job is to bring out the worst in people and try to make our community look bad, I don't know what they expect to happen," he said.
Mayor Thomas said there are 130 businesses in Bay County and Panama City Beach that allow MTV to film on their property.
He said he is disappointed with the owners of these establishments for allowing the reality show cast to film on their properties.
"I don't know what they do that for, the TDC and the city, county, the county first, is working very hard to change the image of our community and this is counterproductive to what we're doing," he said.
The victim from Ms. Newby's has confirmed her nose is broken and is pressing charges against Hall.
News 13 reached out to both management at Ms. Newby's and production crews at MTV, but did not get a response.
Hall is expected to appear in front of a Bay County judge on June 15.
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