Charlie Sheen's ex wins temporary restraining order

2016-04-04 11:53

Los Angeles- Charlie Sheen's former fiancée has been granted a temporary restraining order against the actor.

Brett Rossi - whose real name is Scottine Ross filed for an emergency stay-away order last week after Charlie allegedly threatened to pay $20k to have her "head kicked in".

A source told the New York Daily News: "Honestly, she's terrified. He said he was going to pay someone $20 000 to kill her. Lots of people might say, 'That's just Charlie being Charlie,' but we've lived through O.J. We don't take this as a joke."

Charlie's lawyer Marty Singer said: "The TRO was obtained without notice to Charlie Sheen or his attorney. I believe it is the first time someone obtained an order based on a story in a tabloid."

Charlie, 50 - who revealed to the world he was HIV-positive last year - vowed to have Brett beaten after she sued him for assault and battery as well as exposing her to the sexually transmitted virus.

In a 35-minute audio recording obtained by National Enquirer magazine and provided to Radar Online, the former Two and a Half Men can allegedly be heard telling a now ex-lover who is not Rossi his plan.

He said: "This piece of shit needs to be fucking buried ... Family of gangsters. You get it. I can't be fucking extorted. It's called treason. You know what treason is? It's punishable by death. I'd rather spend 20 grand to have her head kicked in."

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