Brett Rossi’s Restraining Order Against Charlie Sheen Thrown Out
Charlie Sheen’s ex-fiancee Brett Rossi had her temporary restraining order against the actor thrown out on Thursday by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, who ruled that Sheen was not an immediate threat.
As Gossip Cop reported, Rossi filed an emergency seven-day restraining order against Sheen earlier this month after alleging to the the Los Angeles Police Department that he made death threats against her. In her legal documents, Rossi claimed an audio tape exists of the actor telling an unidentified person that Rossi “needs to be f*cking buried.”
Rossi didn’t appear in court on Thursday, but one of her attorney’s reportedly explained she was in Atlanta for an appearance at a strip club. That apparently did not sit well with the judge, and Sheen’s lawyer argued that her allegations are meritless. But a hearing to address a possible permanent restraining order is now scheduled for May 18.
And although Rossi’s temporary stay-away order has now been vacated, police are still investigating the alleged death threats. Also still in play are Sheen and Rossi’s dueling lawsuits. She sued Sheen back in December, alleging he was verbally and physically abusive during their relationship, forced her to get an abortion, and put her at risk by withholding his HIV-positive diagnosis from her. Sheen immediately filed a countersuit, insisting he was innocent of all the charges Rossi cited against him, and she was lying in an attempt to extort him.