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EXCLUSIVE: Brady Bunch Star: Girlfriend Made 75 Unauthorized ATM Withdraws

Barry Williams knew it was much more than a hunch that he and his girlfriend would never form a family – because his financial adviser said she used his ATM card 75 times without permission!

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That’s the real story behind the ongoing legal battle between the former Brady Bunch star and Elizabeth Kennedy.

Kennedy filed court papers Monday opposing Williams’ request for a temporary restraining order and also dropped the bombshell that she’s going to file a palimony suit and wrongful termination suit against him!

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Williams, in previously seeking the TRO, alleged that Kennedy threatened to kill herself and him after losing a beauty pageant, reached for a knife, knocked his eyeglasses off his face and tried to kick him, among other violent acts.

But Kennedy is now feeling as unloved as Jan Brady and she insists she’s not violent and that Williams, 55, “wined, dined and seduced” the 26-year-old with whom he had an “employment relationship.”

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And while Kennedy denies any financial improper behavior, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively Williams, who achieved fame as Greg Brady, is charging she made 75 unauthorized withdraws and hid them from him, taking nearly $50,0000.

“He feels completely betrayed by a women he did everything for,” a pal told RadarOnline.com. “It hurts to find out that someone you’re living with did this to  you.”

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Williams even bailed out Kennedy when she had financial problems. She enrolled in beautician school but never finished and was stuck with a bill she couldn’t pay until Williams paid it.

And while the couple seemed happy for a while during their multi-year relationship, the pal said: “She doted on him. But all his friends sensed she was obsessive.”

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