"Real Housewives Of Orange County" star Gina Kirschenheiter's ex-husband, Matt could be facing some major prison time. 

The Orange County District Attorney's Office charged Matt with two felonies on Wednesday. The charges include domestic violence and false imprisonment of the Bravo tv personality, according to documents obtained by Radar Online

The charges are in connection to Gina's estranged husband's arrest from earlier this summer. People previously reported he was taken into custody and booked in an Orange County jail on June 22 for alleged domestic violence. 

Documents detailing the charges claim that Matt "inflicted corporal injury resulting in a traumatic condition" upon Gina during the summer incident. 

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If convicted, Orange County D.A. spokeswoman Kimberly Edds told Radar that he could face four years and eight months in state prison. 

Matt's arrest is just the latest slew of unfortunate news he's had to deal with. Just last month, he filed to amend the terms of their divorce agreement based on the claim that he no longer has an income. 

According to court documents obtained by People, the former finance account manager said he had a "forced resignation" from his job following his June arrest, leaving him with no employment and no income to pay the "RHOC" alum a sum of $9,627 per month -- $4,500 for child support for their three children, Nicholas, 7, Luca, 4, and Sienna, 5, and $5,127 for spousal support, as previously agreed upon.