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COURT DOCUMENTS: Tila Tequila's Ex-Boyfriend Files TRO; Claims Kidnapping And Extortion


May 28 2018, Updated 10:18 a.m. ET

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Tila Tequila allegedly kidnapped a woman from her Texas home, held her at gunpoint, threatened her and then tried to extort her; those are the claims Garry Sun is making against Tila in court documents obtained by

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“My current girlfriend, Shyla Jennings, was a kidnap victim of Thien Nguyen’s,” Garry wrote on his request for a restraining order against Tila.

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“Shyla was kidnapped from her home in Houston, TX and was flown to Los Angeles. Thien Nguyen Tila’s birth name drove to my home address with 4 armed men with guns threatening to kill me and threatened my father…who was home.

“This event later led to extortion in order to save my life. Thien Nguyen hired 4 men armed with guns to execute the kidnapping.”

Sun alleges the incident took place on October 18th and 19th and filed his request for a Temporary Restraining Order on October 26th.

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Sun is a former photographer for Tila and also claims to have dated the pint-size reality-TV star, while his new girlfriend Jennings is an adult film star.

Tila tells there’s no truth to Sun’s allegations and she has her attorney’s on the case.


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