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Danielle Staub Granted Restraining Order Against Husband, Alleges 'Verbal Abuse’

Aug. 13 2018, Published 4:05 p.m. ET

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Danielle Staub was granted a temporary restraining order against her estranged husband after a blowout fight in their New Jersey home ended with police intervention, RadarOnline.com can report.

According to New Jersey court documents, Staub, 56, arrived home last night to see Marty Caffrey, 66, "standing in her garage."

“He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, agitated and confrontational. Plaintiff wanted to avoid any argument with Defendant so she proceeded to her bedroom," the TRO states.

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“After hearing a disturbing noise in another part of the residence she walked downstairs and found the Defendant. She then realized that several of her family portraits of her children and other sentimental framed photographs had been taken down causing her to become upset and suspected that def had removed them."

“Upon speaking with the responding patrol officers, the missing portraits and photographs were later located in the Defendant's vehicle parked in the garage.”

READ THE SHOCKING TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER DOCUMENTS

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star was granted the TRO early Monday morning, August 13.

According to the New Jersey Domestic Violence Civil Complaint and Temporary Restraining Order, Staub’s husband was ordered to not “stalk, follow or threaten to harm,” her in the aftermath of the fight.

The “criminal offense” in the TRO was listed as “harassment,” and was described as “domestic violence verbal abuse.”

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Noting that Caffrey had “no criminal history,” he was “prohibited from returning to scene of crime" and "prohibited from future acts of violence.”

Staub’s husband was also barred from the New Jersey home they share and her “place of employment," including NBC offices.

Caffrey was order to cease all “oral, written, personal or electronic communication,” with Staub and was prohibited from “making or causing anyone else to make harassing communications," according to the documents obtained by Radar.

Staub was allowed to remain in their residence.

The estranged couple have an August 20 court date.

As Radar exclusively reported, Staub has hired an attorney in her shocking divorce battle with Caffrey after just three months of marriage.

Radar was first to report the couple had split two months after their May wedding.

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