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Child Protective Services Closes Paul Nassif Investigation

Adrienne Maloof's Ex-Husband Paul Nassif Child Protective Services Investigation Closed
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Mar. 17 2016, Published 10:05 a.m. ET

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Child protective services officials have closed an investigation targeting Adrienne Maloof's ex-husband, Paul Nassif, as well as another targeting one of her family members, has learned exclusively.

According to a source, "Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services has formally closed both cases: the one involving Dr. Paul Nassif, and the one involving Adrienne's family member. No further action will be taken against either individual."

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The allegations involved the couple’s three children, Gavin, 12, and twin sons, Colin and Christian, 6.

The abuse scandal began when Nassif’s former bodyguard, Kevin Villalobos, stated in his resignation letter, “I could not silently standby while you hit and injured your children in angry outbursts .” The letter was also sent to Maloof. Nassif later sued Villalobos for defamation over the claims, but that wasn’t enough to stop the investigation.

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A source connected to the situation previously told Radar, “Kevin Villalobos called DCFS and made a formal complaint, alleging child abuse, including verbal and physical claims. The agency is mandated to open an investigation.”

Subsequently, an anonymous tip was received at the agency, concerning an allegation of verbal abuse involving Maloof's relative and the three children.

The source added, "Paul and Adrienne will continue to focus on the children, and each only wants the happiness and well being for them."



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