NHL star Evander Kane has fired back at his estranged wife Anna in court days after she publicly accused him of betting on his own games.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Evander's lawyers filed a response to his ex's divorce on August 6.
The court docket also shows a request was entered by one of the parties for a domestic violence restraining order. Based on the records, it is unclear which party requested the order.
The judge reviewed the request and partly granted and partly denied the order. Attempts to reach lawyers for both parties have been unsuccessful. A hearing has been scheduled for next month to determine if the restraining order will stay in effect.
As Radar previously reported, On July 16, Anna filed for divorce from the hockey player in a California court. The two share one minor child named Kensington. Anna is reportedly pregnant with their second child.
Days after the divorce was filed, Anna came out swinging against Evander accusing him of cheating on her while she’s pregnant with their second child and even betting on his own games. She called on the league to take action against his actions.
She accused Evander of running around Europe with his ex-girlfriend Mara Teigen. Anna wrote to his ex on Instagram, "So do you feel good about yourself fuc-ing my husband when I'm at home pregnant and he can't even give me money to buy my daughter formula? Do you feel amazing with him? After he cheated on you so much that you broke up now you can do this to another woman?"
Anna even got a little petty writing, "Crazy he said how ugly you were and how much surgery you had ... and how you had old rich sugar daddies while you were together? He cheated on you so much and you go back to him? I'm shocked."
Evander has denied ever betting on a game and called the allegations nothing but lies from a scorned estranged wife.
He wrote, "I have NEVER gambled/bet on Hockey, NEVER gambled/bet on a Sharks game, NEVER gambled/bet on any of my games and NEVER thrown a hockey game. The facts are I personally had my best season of the my career last year and was the most consistent I've been throughout any season, I'm proud of that.”