Camille Grammer is back in the headlines after yet another development in her abuse case against her ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos. In October, the former reality star and her then-boyfriend got into a heated debate which reportedly led to extreme violence against Camille. Now, she's doing what she can to protect herself from him.
"Camille Grammar has been granted an emergency protective order against her ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos in Houston," Radar Online reported on December 12. "It’s the second court order preventing Charalambopoulos — a 6’2″, 195 pound 36-year-old — from going anywhere near the one-time Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star."
"The emergency protective order was requested by Grammer and granted by the judge overseeing the Texas case," the site explains. "Under terms of the protective order, Charalambopoulos can’t have any contact with Grammer for 61 days. Failure to do so, could result in additional criminal charges."
Camille continues to pursue a civil temporary restraining order against her ex in California where she resides. Although Dimitri had been banned from contacting her since October, her TRO recently expired after her team failed to serve him with the documents.
After Camille's refiling of the papers, a new hearing date was set in California for January 6, 2014.