Karrueche Tran is keeping Chris Brown out of her life for good with a permanent restraining order.
Nearly three years after their breakup, a judge granted the 29-year-old actress and model a permanent restraining order against her famous ex Thursday in court, E! News can confirm. While Tran was present for the hearing, Brown did not attend, according to a source. The judge did not allow the star to call in.
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While on the stand during the hearing, Tran told the judge Brown allegedly demanded she return diamond rings he bought for her and, after she refused, he became aggressive, according to TMZ.
Per the report, she claimed in court that after their breakup, he allegedly told her he was going to ban her from all events and would not be nice to her in public. "If I see you out in public again and I'm there, I will make you hate me even more," Tran claimed he told her. She also claimed he told her he would "beat the shit" out of her and would make her life "hell."
Their legal battle stems from allegations Tran made against the Grammy winner in a temporary restraining order filed on Feb. 17. In the documents obtained by E! News, she claimed that Brown has been harassing her as recently as the second week of February and alleged that he threatened to kill her to others, to shoot her and to harass her friends.
In the documents, she claimed physical abuse began "years ago," when he allegedly punched her in the stomach and pushed her down the stairs. In the initial filing, she wanted to extend the protective order to her mother and younger brother as she did not want to put them "at risk."
Tran was ultimately granted a temporary restraining order and papers were officially served to Brown in early May. A month after the TRO was granted, Tran's friend J.Ryan La Cour also obtained a temporary restraining order against the singer.
"In the past, Chris Brown has threatened me and run up on me for not allowing him to bully Karrueche Tran in my presence," La Cour wrote. "More recently, making threats to her saying that he will beat anyone that is friends with her."
At the time of the filing, Brown took to social media in a since-deleted post and told his followers not to listen to "all this bulls--t."
"Make sure ya'll don't be listening to all this bulls--t, man. What all them other people on the outside doing, let them do what they doing. I don't know what the f--k they talking about."