Christine Quinn Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Husband

Christine Quinn obtained a temporary restraining order against her husband Christian Dumontet.

A few days after the Selling the Sunset A former student filed the request, a judge signed the court order.

The temporary restraining order for the prevention of domestic violence, granted on March 28, requires Dumontet to vacate his and Quinn’s homes and grants him control of the property, according to a copy of the documents obtained by E! News.

The order also specifies that he must stay at least 100 meters from her, her home, her workplace, her vehicle and their 2-year-old son. Christian and their school or daycare. Additionally, the documents indicate that Dumontet must maintain this distance from Quinn’s Yorkshire Terriers, Bubby and Teddy.

Although the order also states that Dumontet cannot contact Quinn or their son, there are exceptions that he can interact with him during court-ordered contact or visitation and that he “may have brief and peaceful” with Quinn regarding these visits. Additionally, it contains an order not to abuse.

The restraining order is in effect until April 17, when a hearing is scheduled.

E! News has reached out to attorneys for Quinn and Dumontet for comment but has not yet received a response.


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