Kelly Dodd's dark past doesn't end with restraining orders and a domestic violence arrest! In a police report exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, The Real Housewives of Orange County star is accused of physically and verbally attacking her ex's new fiancée.
On September 10, 2015, Dodd, who is listed as the victim in the case, reported a battery incident that took place at her daughter's school.
"Dodd entered the classroom and confronted Delgadillo about a verbal argument both had at the school the previous day," the report obtained by the Newport Beach Police Department read. "Dodd was enraged as she began arguing and started, 'F**k you b***h, you're nothing but a stripper' and began waving money in front of Delgadillo."
Delgadillo, whose child attends the same school as Dodd's daughter, grabbed her and "dug her nails into her arm."
But when the reporting officer spoke with Delgadillo, she explained how Dodd also reached out and grabbed her upper arm.
"While speaking with Delgadillo I observed several red and dark markings on her inner right arm," the report read. "The markings appeared to be scratches that were beginning to bruise."
The officer also indicated that Dodd had "several markings on her lower right forearm."
No arrests were made at the time of the incident.
As Radar has previously reported, Dodd filed a restraining order against Delgadillo after the incident took place on September 14, 2015.
"She says, 'Look at your fake bag,'" Dodd wrote in the filing. "I in turn said, 'Look at your fake hair, fake boobs and fake lips.' She in turn digs her nails into my arm, in defense I put my nails into her."
She added, "Things are out of control. Things are escalating. I have been at this school for five years and she comes and attacks me!"
Dodd also provided a series of Facebook messages, where Delgadillo allegedly called Dodd an "insecure cougar with a fat kid" and a "dirty beiner."
The restraining order was denied without prejudice.
In January 2014, her ex-fiancé's ex-wife filed a protective order against Dodd because she sent her emails and texts that were "derogatory in nature, inflammatory and harassing."
The case was dismissed in February 2014.
Then in July 2014, her then-estranged husband Michael Dodd hit her with a restraining order after a July 2014 domestic violence arrest.
The order was terminated in February 2015.
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