A Los Angeles court has dismissed David Adefeso’s restraining order filed against his ex-wife, Tamar Braxton.
According to TMZ, the reality star and her ex failed to attend the Tuesday hearing, leading the court to dissolve the legal arrangement.
In September 2020, Adefeso filed for a restraining order against Tamar, who is the younger sister of R&B staple Toni Braxton amid claims that she had made death threats against him, and had assaulted him while he was driving.
During an interview on the Tamron Hall Show last October, Tamar Braxton denied her ex’s claims.
“I am a survivor a domestic violence relationship,” she told Hall. “And not at any point [were] David and I in an abusive relationship.”
She also claimed that they had audio recordings which proved her innocent of any physical abuse in the exchange.
She told Hall: “He has the videotape. He has it. It was in his car. Release it.”
Adefeso told People in September in a statement that he wished Braxton the best in terms of her ‘mental and emotional stability,’ enunciating that he was ‘the victim in this situation.’
Adefeso said: “As I document in the filing, I am actually the victim of domestic abuse. One in seven men experience severe physical violence, yet it remains a silent epidemic. As humiliating as this is, I must speak out for my own truth and others who do not have a platform.”