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Love Hurts! Brady Bunch's Barry Williams Obtains Restraining Order Against Knife-Wielding Girlfriend

Dec. 15 2009, Published 4:33 a.m. ET

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The Brady Bunch's Barry Williams obtained a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend Elizabeth Kennedy after a series of bizarre and dangerous incidents, according to new court papers obtained by

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Kennedy, according to Williams, once threatened to kill them both after falling short in a beauty pageant this past August. Kennedy also stole $29,000 after retrieving Williams’ pin number, Williams, who played eldest brother Greg Brady, said in court papers.

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The situation grew worse, Williams said in the court docs, when Kennedy thought he was two-timing her with an actress, and on November 23 ran into the kitchen to retrieve a knife. Williams wrote that Kennedy “attempted to pull a knife from the knife holder. I caught her from behind – and she tried to kick me but missed.”

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Williams told the court that although he survived that incident he fears what she will do now that he has ended their relationship after discovering she removed $29,000 from his bank account.

"I know that she will definitely try to harm me," he said in the papers.

“This is an unfortunate situation and I appreciate all the good wishes from my friends and fans,” Williams told exclusively.



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