Reggie Miller has obtained a restraining order against Alexander Von Furstenberg, who demanded to fight the former pro basketball star this weekend in front of a Malibu, CA restaurant.
It’s the latest chapter of the bizarre saga between Miller and Von Furstenberg, who is convinced Reggie stole his fiancée Ali Kay, and even hired a plane carrying a banner to convey that message earlier this year!
“I will beat you down,” Von Furstenberg threatened Miller on October 17, according to the court papers. It happened when Miller pulled up to Coogie’s Beach Café and his passenger got out of the car to pick up food. Suddenly, Von Furstenberg pulled up next to Miller and blocked in his car. Miller managed to pull into a parking lot and then Von Furstenberg exited his vehicle and demanded Reggie fight, “making threats of physical violence for approximately three minutes.” Several people witnessed the event.
When Miller’s companion returned to the car, Von Furstenberg followed them, cut off their vehicle and continued to threaten him, even though Von Furstenberg had children in the car.
Miller and Von Furstenberg’s fiancé met a few months ago and sources told RadarOnline.com that Reggie did not know she was romantically involved with anyone else. They became friends and exchanged text. After a while, Reggie removed her from his Instant Messenger list and she still attempted to contact him. Reggie received sexy bikini shots that Kay’s attorney denies came from her but Reggie believes were sent by Kay. At this point Kay told Von Furstenberg what was going on and he was furious at Reggie.
The restraining order was obtained by Marty Singer and his associate Todd Eagan , of LA’s powerhouse law firm, Lavely & Singer.
The court papers detail Von Furstenberg’s history of violence and ask for a three year restraining order.
Reggie Miller’s attorney Marty Singer tells RadarOnline.com, “Unfortunately, it became necessary for my client to seek a restraining order against Alex Von Furstenberg after he threatened my client with physical violence over the weekend in the presence of numerous witnesses. We are pleased that based on the evidence presented, the Court granted the Temporary Restraining Order as we requested.”