Selma Blair’s Ex-Boyfriend Accuses Her Of Harassing His 12-Year-Old Daughter, Claims Cannabis Use Causes Actress To Act Erratic
Selma Blair’s ex-boyfriend Ronald Carlson claims the actress is unstable due to her mixing various medications with marijuana — and fears for his safety if a judge doesn’t grant him a restraining order.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Carlson is also accusing the Cruel Intentions star of harassing his family including his 12-year-old daughter.
As we previously reported, last month, Blair convinced a judge to sign off on a temporary restraining order against Carlson.
The two recently broke up and an incident went down on February 22. Blair claims she told her ex she was a bit out of it due to her medicine for Multiple Sclerosis.
She accuses Carlson of losing it shouting, “You f----d up, you can't do anything, you can't love anybody, you're f-----ng useless, you cripple." She says he went on to say, "I don't f----ng deserve this, I can do so much better than you.”
The actress claims he jumped on her body and tried to strangle her. She claims to have put her fingers in his eyes to try to get him to stop. Her petition says he proceeded to cover her mouth until she lost consciousness.
She attached a series of photos showing her alleged injuries. Carlson was arrested for felony domestic violence and the judge signed off on the temporary restraining order.
However, Carlson filed for his own restraining order and presents a much different picture than Blair.
In his docs, Carlson claims Blair abused him on multiple occasions including February 22. The other dates listed are October 1, 2021 and February 26, 2022.
He also wants protection for his 12-year-old daughter Chloe. He notes Blair lives only four miles away from him and their kids go to the same school.
Carlson is pleading for Blair to be restrained from contacting him or his daughter via email, social media or text. He also wants the actress to not have any contact with his kid at the school.
He claims Blair attacked him on February 22 not the other way around. He accuses her of calling the police to falsely accuse him of assault.
He describes being arrested in front of his daughter after police unexpectedly appeared at his home. “I was in complete shock to be arrested,” he wrote. “Selma’s description of the events that occurred onFebruary 22nd are false.”
Carlson claims Blair has “engaged in a campaign to harass and destroy me by contacting my family and business associates.”
He says Blair sent his 12-year-old a text which she allegedly instructed her to destroy. The alleged message read, “I love you. Remember that. Delete this please. Things are not what you are told. I am sorry. I love you. I stayed for you.”
“I am shocked and appalled that Selma is attempting to manipulate my daughter and that she encouraged her to “delete” her message,” he said.
“Chloe was very upset and anxious to receive a text message from Selma. I have primary custody of Chloe and I need to protect her against any further harassment from Selma. I am filing this request for restraining orders to prevent Selma from further harassing, abusing, and disturbing me and Chloe,” Carlson wrote.
He says on February 22 he showed up to deliver a television. Blair reportedly got upset when he refused to sick next to her — the two had been sick and he wanted to avoid contact. Carlson claims Blair lost it on him and demanded her house key back.
He agreed and then took his key back. “She sat directly next to me and put her face within inches of my face. She stated with anger and in a hostile manner, "Your daughter is a f-----g loser,” Carlson says.
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The petition accuses Blair of swinging at his face with her right arm and striking him in the left eye.” In court docs, he says this is not the only incident.
He writes, ”Selma regularly has outbursts where she will become very angry and either yell and scream or physically attack me. Selma is on various medications, including treatments for her multiple sclerosis. I have witnessed her take medication and witnessed her mood changes because of the medication she takes.”
Carlson claims that Blair takes various medications along with cannabis. “I have also witnessed her consume cannabis beverages and smoke marijuana. Selma has experienced significant mood swings depending on the medications she is taking or when she consumes cannabis or marijuana,” he claims.
“She appears to be happy and in a good mood. Within minutes, she can become depressed or enraged. When enraged, she yells at me and calls me names. I have endured years of these mood swings and I am on guard when I am around Selma, as I do not know when she will be in a good or bad mood,” his declaration reads.
In the docs, Carlson claims Blair has also reached out to his ex-wife to try to encourage his ex to "corroborate her claims of abuse.”
He says his ex-wife stated there were not any issues of domestic violence during their relationship. Carlson also made note of a October 2021 incident where he alleges she lost it on him while they were in a car.
“Selma’s behavior is growing increasingly erratic, out of control and I am terrified over what she will do to me without protection from the Court,” he wrote to the judge.
A hearing has been set for March 22.