Saturday, August 30, 2014

Cincy Radio: Seylhouwer's Wife Sues For Divorce

Misty Seylhouwer
UPDATE 09/01/14 9am:  Blake Seylhouwer was re-arrested for sending a text message to his wife's cellphone on Thursday night (08/28/14), according to an affidavit filed in Hamilton County Municipal Court on Saturday.

He's also accused of disabling Wi-Fi service to the "protected person's" cellphone and other devices, as well as cutting off her "financial access" by canceling their credit card.

Earlier Posting...

The wife of a Cincinnati radio brokered-show host charged with shooting at her filed for divorce this week as sex-related convictions against Blake Seylhouwer were uncovered by The Enquirer.

Misty Seylhouwer filed for divorce Wednesday from her estranged husband, the former host of 55KRC Radio "The Talk Station in Cincinnati."

The divorce papers accuse him of adultery, extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty.

She asked for custody of their two daughters, 4 and 1, and a total of $7,500 in monthly spousal and child support.

The 27-year-old woman was treated and released from University Hospital after Madeira police say Blake Seylhouwer, 37, shot at her with a rifle in their driveway on Aug. 12. She was wounded by the cement shrapnel caused by the shot.

Blake Seylhouwer
She has since "fled" the area for her own safety and the safety of her children, court records show.

In that 2005 case, Blake Seylhouwer lived in Fresco, Texas, but went to the Columbus suburb of Westerville, Ohio, believing he was going to have sex with a 14-year-old girl. Blake Seylhouwer was 28 at the time and had been communicating with the girl over the Internet.

When he arrived, though, he discovered the girl actually was an undercover police officer. He was arrested and charged with importuning, attempted pandering sexually oriented matter involving a juvenile and attempted illegal use of a minor in nudity oriented material or performance.

He pleaded guilty in July 2007 to reduced charges of telephone harassment and public indecency, both misdemeanors. He was ordered to spend 110 days in jail and placed on probation for five years. He served 13 months on probation before the judge terminated it.

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Seylhouwer had been hosting a brokered show Sunday afternoons on WKRC 550 AM.

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