This study examines pseudo singularities on the Reissner-Nordström metric which is a solution to Einstein's field equations for charged particle models. The study was carried out by analyzing the singular points on the metric calculating the Riemann curvature tensor, and calculating Kretschmann's scalar at these points. The results show that real singularities only occur at r = 0, whereas pseudo singularity occurs at . There is a point of pseudo singularity that representing the event horizon. There are two possible situations on the event horizon. Interesting things are in the case r = M, where here is a balance between mass and charge which allows gravitational pull and electromagnetic repulsion to cancel each other. This study also yields the geodesic equation point that not yields infinite value of Kretschmaan scalar.