Camille Grammer’s Ex-Boyfriend Ordered to Stay Away From Her for Three Years After Alleged Abuse
Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer's drama with ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos continues to develop, as Camille has been granted a permanent restraining order against him following their alleged physical altercation.
The permanent restraining order means that Dimitri has been ordered to stay away from Cam-Gram and her children until January 2017, according to TMZ. Dimitri also needs to give up any guns that he may own for the duration of the order.
Camille and then-boyfriend Dimitri got into a heated argument in a Texas hotel room on October 16, 2013, after Dimitri was contacted on his phone by another woman late at night. Camille alleges that Dimitri then turned violent. Following the alleged incident, Camille had been granted a temporary restraining order against him.
Camille posted photos of marks on her face and arms that she says were caused by Dimitri, along with clumps of pulled-out hair and her smashed phone that she says were a result of the incident. In November, Dimitri was charged with assault of a family member and impeding breath, although he has denied the allegations.
Are you surprised that Camille has been granted such a lengthy restraining order?