Shahs of Sunset’s Mike Shouhed in Cabo with Paulina Ben-Cohen after domestic violence arrest

Shahs of Sunset’s Mike Shouhed appears to be putting his domestic violence arrest behind him as he was spotted enjoying a beach vacation in Mexico with his fiancée.

Shouhed and Paulina Ben-Cohen spent the day in the sun and at the Garza Blanca Resort & Spa in Los Cabos and were photographed Monday with Ben-Cohen’s children.

Last month Mike, 43, was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence, specifically for “intimate partner violence with injury”; the victim has not been named.

No drama here: Shahs of Sunset's Mike Shouhed appears to be putting his domestic violence arrest behind him as he was spotted spending a beach vacation in Mexico with his fiancée this week

No drama here: Shahs of Sunset’s Mike Shouhed appears to be putting his domestic violence arrest behind him as he was spotted spending a beach vacation in Mexico with his fiancée this week

While spending time on the beach with Paulina’s kids, she and Mike kept things pretty low-key.

Shouhed’s muscular physique was on display in a red swimsuit. He was seen having a drink in the sand and later carrying one of his fiancee’s children as he returned to the hotel.

Paulina sported a busty look in a skimpy print bikini with a triangle top. She was responsible for carrying the family’s beach and sun gear in various tote bags.

Ben-Cohen recently opened up about her fiancé’s arrest in a statement via her attorney Joshua Ritter.

Shouhed and Paulina Ben-Cohen spent the day in the sun and at the Garza Blanca Resort & Spa in Los Cabos and were photographed Monday with Ben-Cohen's children

Shouhed and Paulina Ben-Cohen spent the day in the sun and at the Garza Blanca Resort & Spa in Los Cabos and were photographed Monday with Ben-Cohen’s children

Problems at home: Last month, Mike, 43, was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence, in particular for

Troubles at home: Last month, Mike, 43, was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence, specifically for “intimate partner violence with injury”; the victim has not been named

“We are working with the authorities to find a just and fair outcome to this sad situation,” the attorney told E! News. “The family appreciates your space and respect for their privacy during this time.”

Mike Shouhed’s domestic violence arrest took place on March 27, according to PageSix. The term “intimate partner violence with injury” is meant to be used to describe when there is a “visible injury” to the victim.

However, the identity of Shouhed’s alleged victim has yet to be revealed.

The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed officers in West Valley responded to a call of “unknown” issues around 10 p.m. local time.

“We are working with the authorities to find a just and fair outcome to this sad situation,” Paulina’s attorney told E! News. “The family appreciates your space and respect for their privacy during this time.” (Pictured above in August last year)

According to the report, Shouhed was charged with bodily harm to a spouse or cohabitant, a felony, and was released on $50,000 bond. He is now due back in court on July 25.

Shouhed denies the charges and has since deleted his social media account.

Shortly before deleting his Instagram account, Shouhed shared a cryptic post to his Stories that read, “Your life is your responsibility.” Your success is your responsibility. Your failure is your responsibility. Your reaction is your responsibility. Your behavior is your responsibility.

According to PageSix, Shouhed also posted a video Monday of himself dancing in his car to a Spanish song by Joe Arroyo called Rebelion.

The song’s lyrics include the phrase “No le pegué a la negra”, which when translated into English reads “don’t hit the black woman”.

Busted: Shouhed, 43, denies the charges and has since deleted his social media account

Busted: Shouhed, 43, denies the charges and has since deleted his social media account

In an episode of the reality show that aired last year, Mike was arrested by his then-girlfriend Paulina after he found salacious text messages on his phone and was accused of cheating.

The Bravo series that began in 2012 will end after season nine ends, TMZ claimed in a recent report.

But the show’s network, Bravo, could be working on the road with some of the show’s top stars, including MJ Javid, Golnesa ‘GG’ Gharachedaghi and Reza Farahan, the site also claimed.

The series followed Persian-Americans living in the Los Angeles area. It shed light on their personal lives and careers while sharing their struggles living a life in Los Angeles with parents who want them to stay true to their roots.

It's over: Shahs of Sunset, which started in 2012, will end after season nine ends, TMZ said in a recent report (LR: GG, Reza, Mike, Destiney, Nema and MJ)

It’s over: Shahs of Sunset, which started in 2012, will end after season nine ends, TMZ said in a recent report (LR: GG, Reza, Mike, Destiney, Nema and MJ)

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