LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – A Quadriyyah Webb mugshot returns to Married to Medicine Season 2 this week. The “Quadria” mugshot confusion started in the Married to Medicine season one final. A Quadriyyah Webb aka Quad Webb mugshot photo from her arrest for aggravated assault was revealed exclusively on LALATE at the time. But the storyline is far from over. So what did Quad go to jail for?
A Quad Webb-Lunceford mugshot photo exists along with a police report and criminal record for an aggravated assault charge against “Quadriyyah Monique Webb” or simply “Quadriyyah Webb”. But there is far more to this Quadriyyah Webb mystery, LALATE can exclusively report. Quad didn’t use her complete first name anywhere in Bravo listings for the show during Married to Medicine’s first season. But a quick perusal online shows her business and even wedding registry at Macys.com frequently listed her full name as “Quadriyyah Webb”.
LALATE exclusively reported that Quad was arrested in 2011 for “aggravated assault DV”. The “DV” purportedly stands for “domestic violence”. Quadriyyah Webb was taken into custody by Fulton County law enforcement roughly only one year before filming of Married to Medicine season one, on February 24, 2011. The statute for which Quad was charged with carried a prison term of up to twenty years. Quadriyyah Webb was charged under Statute 16-5-21 which carries a punishment of “imprisonment no less than one nor more than 20 years”.
Quadriyyah was held in custody for three days, LALATE can report. She was released on a ten thousand dollar bond on February 27, 2011. And yet there was another twist to it.
LALATE can also exclusively reported that Quadd’s then boyfriend and now husband Dr Gregory Cicero Lunceford was arrested hours after Quad was taken into custody. Gregory Cicero Lunceford was arrested by Fulton County police on February 25, 2011 for “aggravated assault SPC”, under the same Georgia Code as Quad’s charge. Dr. Gregory was arrested also for “obstruction officer felony”. Dr Lunceford was released the same day along with his then girlfriend Quad; he was released, however, on only a five thousand dollars bond.