Selma Blair and ex-boyfriend drop mutual restraining orders

Selma Blair and ex-boyfriend Ronald Carlson have filed to drop their restraining orders in opposition to every completely different, months after requesting the orders earlier this yr.

On Tuesday, Carlson filed a request — in “stipulation” with Blair — in l. a. Superior courtroom for an “order granting dismissal of request for restraining order.” The submitting additionally mentioned the courtroom has dominated to grant the request “upon consideration of the transferring papers.”

Representatives for Blair did not immediately reply to The occasions’ request for remark.

Blair filed a request for a brief restraining order on Feb. 25. She alleged that Carlson had attacked her whereas she accomplished an in-dwelling intravenous medical remedy for her a quantity of sclerosis.

The “Legally Blonde” actor alleged that whereas she was resting on the couch, her ex-boyfriend jumped on her, choked her, shook and held her by each arms and knocked her head on the floor, then slapped her inside the face, inflicting her nostril to bleed. Carlson allegedly mentioned, “i will f— kill you” and completely different associated statements.

Carlson was arrested on Feb. 22 and spent the evening time in jail earlier than posting $50,000 bail.

Weeks later, Carlson claimed that the actor grew to become upset and agitated when he wouldn’t sit nearer to her on the couch. Blair additionally allegedly recognized as Carlson’s daughter a “f— loser.” Carlson additionally alleged that Blair attacked him, scratching and hitting him.

The alleged altercation occurred virtually 4 years after Blair revealed that she was recognized with a quantity of sclerosis in August 2018.

The restraining order dismissal comes solely a day after Blair made a shock look on the 74th Emmy Awards on the Microsoft Theater on Monday. Greeted by a standing ovation from her Hollywood friends, she launched actually one of many evening time’s biggest prizes, the Emmy for drama collection, to HBO’s “Succession.”

occasions workers author Christie D’Zurilla contributed to this report.

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