Khloe Kardashian can't catch a break with men. Just as she's finally freed herself from rumored drug addict Lamar Odom, by filing for divorce Friday, she's reportedly rebounding with an alleged abuser! RadarOnline.com has learned that Kardashian's new man, Matt Kemp, was served a restraining order by his ex, Felisha Terrell, who claimed he stalked, intimidated, and verbally abused her in shocking court papers.
In the documents, filed in 2008 and obtained by Radar, Terrell claimed she suffered "constant verbal abuse and threats" after breaking up with Kemp.
"He repeatedly made me scared and gets in my face asserting some power/authority," she claimed. "He brings his friends driving up and down the street to try and intimidate me. I am very fearful."
Terrell continued, "He has other people calling me, stalking me, and I feel very scared for my safety."
Worse, she alleged she was subjected to especially "erratic behavior when he drinks and/or smokes marijuana."
"He got thrown out of a club for fighting with a woman…" she claimed. "And now I am afraid …"
Terrell later vacated the restraining order amid allegations that Kemp had kicked her out of the apartment he had been paying for.
When the charges became public in 2010 as Kemp began dating Rihanna, Terrell's reps released a statement that read, "Felisha Terrell and Matt Kemp lived together and were in a relationship for over a year where they both cared for one another. During the course of the relationship there was a restraining order filed by Felisha but it had nothing to do with domestic violence and to be clear Matt was never physically abusive to Felisha, nor did she fear for her life. The restraining order was subsequently vacated. They both have moved on separately but remain amicable."
Matt's camp weighed in as well, saying, "She chose to file a complaint and shortly thereafter, on her own accord, decided to drop it…. She has very recently said that she has no issue whatsoever with Matt and that she and Matt consider this to be a non-issue. Matt Kemp is a consummate Midwestern gentleman who has never displayed any act of violence towards a woman."