Top Model’s Rob Evans Turned Himself In to Police

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As part of the assault case filed against ANTM judge Rob Evans, the model "turned himself in at the Beverly Hills PD Wednesday morning on a felony assault charge — and was released 25 minutes later after posting $60,000 bail," TMZ writes. Evans, a former boxer, allegedly attacked a man in March — putting him in the hospital — and was cooperating with cops until October, when he "suddenly went silent," apparently a problem in the eyes of the law.