Charlie Sheen's ex-fiancée has been granted a temporary restraining order against the HIV positive actor, just one day after RadarOnline.com published details of a world exclusive recording of him threatening her.
Brett Rossi, aka Scottine Ross, has been outspoken in her anger against the actor since their split. She filed a lawsuit claiming that he never told her he was HIV positive, and that they had unprotected sex.
This week, Radar exclusively obtained video of Rossi leaving the police department on March 31, 2016 after the actor was caught threatening to take revenge against her on an audio tape recorded by a former lover.
Rossi told the LAPD that she was fearful for her life after an altercation with the 50-year-old actor and they filed an emergency 7-day restraining order. A Los Angeles judge reportedly granted the temporary restraining order on Friday and it may be extended into next week.
Sheen recently filed court documents against Rossi, claiming that she is attempting to extort him.
"Nearly a year into their relationship, Rossi revealed her true self: A woman motivated by greed and consumed with jealously," state the court documents obtained by Radar. He also denies her claims.
Watch Radar's exclusive video of Brett leaving the police department after filing the claim against Charlie.