Star Trek: Voyager star Robert Picardo boldly went where no man should go.
According to a new report from The National ENQUIRER, Picardo, 60, was recently ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from his estranged wife, Linda Pawlik, when she was granted a temporary restraining order against him on July 9, 2014.
The legal filing reportedly started with a violent fight between the two on July 4 in the Pasadena, Calif. home they share after someone called 911 and then hung up.
The ENQUIRER reports that Pawlik told officers Picardo "hit" her during the argument.
"She was initially treated at the scene for an injury, but required additional care at the hospital," a source told the magazine. "Her husband had left, despite her requests for him to take her to the hospital. Paramedics were summoned."
But Picardo — who played the holographic doctor on the hit '90s series — wasn't the only one who got violent.
The documents obtained by the ENQUIRER state that Pawlik threw a metal ashtray at the Star Trek star and he retaliated by hitting her "approximately two times on her right hand and arm, causing prior sutures on the right hand to open."
Picardo was denied a restraining order request against Pawlik, the source says.
To find out more about the actor's crumbling marriage and fights with his wife, pick up the latest issue of The National ENQUIRER.