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Christine Quinn files for restraining order against husband after he applied for one day earlier

Christine Quinn files for restraining order against husband after he applied for one day earlier

The Selling Sunset star is also requesting full custody of their two-year-old son

Less than 24 hours after her husband Christian Richard filed a restraining order against her, Christine Quinn has filed one right back.

According to documents obtained by People Magazine, it was revealed just yesterday (28 March) that Richard had requested that his wife move out and stay 100 yards from their Hollywood Hills home.

On 19 March, the 44-year-old was arrested for charges of assault with a deadly weapon following an alleged altercation with Quinn, 35.

Christine Quinn has filed her own restraining order against her husband.
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Police claimed that Richard had 'grabbed [a] trash bag from the floor and threw it to the side of the room, against the wall', narrowly missing Quinn but tragically striking their two-year-old son, also named Christian.

According to public records, he was held on $30,000 bond and released after it was posted.

The second arrest, which came 24 hours after his first after he allegedly turned up at their shared home, violating Quinn's emergency protective order that had been put into effect by law enforcement for 7 days.

The LAPD confirmed his arrest to People, telling the outlet: "Last night at approximately 11:40 p.m. our Hollywood officers responded to a radio call.

"The suspect, Dumontet, Christian, was arrested for violation of a restraining order."

Christian filed for a restraining order yesterday.

In his request, Richard - who was referenced by his last name, Dumontet - denies the allegations made against him and also denies that there have ever been 'incidents of domestic violence within the relationship'.

However, Quinn has filed a request for temporary restraining order against him, whereby he is forbade from coming within 100 yards (300 feet) of her, her home, her vehicle, her job, her two Yorkshire Terriers, - Bubby and Teddy - or their child’s 'school or childcare'.

In turn, People Magazine claim that the Selling Sunset star is asking for a move-out order to be placed onto her spouse from their Los Angeles home.

The couple were married in 2019.
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"This is the marital residence. I have nowhere else to go. Our son has lived there all his life, and he lives with me full-time," she reportedly said.

In her request, Quinn is also reportedly seeking full custody of their little boy with 'no visits' from her husband.

She also reportedly asking Richards to also cover the utilities for their home, the mortgage, half of the payment for their son’s nanny, the cost of child and spousal support, and the case's legal fees.

In his documents, Richards requested joint custody of their child and claimed that Quinn 'suddenly filed an EPO (emergency protection order) against me using false allegations of domestic violence'.

Tyla has contacted Richard and Quinn's representatives for further comment.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@thechristinequinn / Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

Topics: Selling Sunset, TV And Film, Celebrity, US News