Verne Troyer has been served with a temporary restraining order after he sent abusive texts to Yvette Monet, his former girlfriend. Read more on this story below.
Verne Troyer, 40, had reportedly sent his former girlfriend mean texts and called her a “hooker” after she dumped him.
In the court papers, Yvette, 25, said although their relationship ended months ago that Verne hadn’t stopped sending her text messages and said she even feared for her life after Troyer told her she “better watch out” because he had friends with guns.
The actress/model said in the court papers: “I have moved on, but he keeps emailing me, calling me and texting me awful messages.
“He will not stop. I’ve asked him more than 10 times to leave me alone…He said that he won’t stop because he doesn’t want me to see anyone else…I’m scared.”
“Verne’s friend Bart is carrying guns and will do anything he says and his friend Jose is a cop and has guns as well. I’m afraid for my life.”
But Verne Troyer said he is “shocked” by the model’s allegations.
Troyer’s attorney, Ed McPherson, told E! news: “I guess you can get a restraining order against anyone when you don’t give them notice. He’s shocked and appalled to learn about the false and frivolous accusations that have been made by Ms. Monet.
“It’s beyond comprehension that a restraining order can be obtained with no notice to Mr. Troyer and no opportunity to defend himself…We look forward to responding to these allegations in court.”
The restraining order lasts until December 2, when a court case must take place to decide if it will be extended.
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