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Adrienne Maloof ‘Raced to Court’ on Valentine’s Day for Restraining Order Against Ex-Husband

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Former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Adrienne Maloof, reportedly “raced to court” on Valentine’s Day to seek an emergency restraining order against her ex-husband, Paul Nassif. The two have been in the news for this type of incident in the past, but they are now divorced and this time it involved the kids.

Sources revealed to TMZ that Maloof had her camera taken away from her by Nassif the week before Valentine’s Day because she was allegedly filming him disciplining their kids. As the story goes, Nassif did not like Maloof doing that and yanked the phone away from her. Nassif said he was defending himself from his ex-wife using footage against him to get custody of their children and was in his face, nearly hitting him. They are still in a custody battle at this point…Adrienne also filed a restraining order against Nassif in 2012 when he allegedly spanked and choked one of their kids. Child Protective Services didn’t report finding any evidence against Nassif.

An emergency restraining order was not granted to  Maloof in the incident because it was not considered an emergency by the judge. A hearing is scheduled for April.

It sounds like things between Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif will always be tumultuous. This type of conduct is not good for their children to witness or be a part of. They really should try to find an effective way to better communicate and make life for their children more stable.

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