In early June, the father of Bruce Beresford-Redman was served with a restraining order regarding his allegedly threatening visit to the restaurant owned by his murdered daughter-in-law. RadarOnline.com exclusively has obtained the 911 call from the incident.
As female voices screamed in the background, the dispatcher took down the details of David’s visit based on the descriptions given by two unidentified men in the restaurant. “He had his hand in his shirt like he wanted to pull something out,” the first male voice said. David was also described as seeming “aggressive” and got the females in the establishment “very, very, very, very nervous” despite looking “like Santa Claus.”
On May 29 at 10 PM, David went to Zabumba Restaurant in Venice, Calif.- which was owned by Monica Burgos, the slain wife of his son David- looking for the general manager Paula De Ahlf.
According to the restraining order filed by De Ahlf, she thought David had a gun and was “going to shoot” her.
In her declaration, De Ahlf said she knew secrets about Bruce and was afraid of his father.
Regarding the incident and the order, David told reporters: "Don't own a gun, never owned a hand gun, never tried to license a hand gun, never carried a handgun."
When asked why he went to the Zabumba restaurant in the first place, he responded, "That will come out. There was a good reason for it."
The Burgos family’s powerhouse attorney Alison Triessl filed the 911 call as part of discovery for the upcoming restraining order hearing on June 22.