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Michael Strahan's ex-wife Jean Muggli Strahan was arrested for violating an order of protection involving an ex-girlfriend.

She was taken into custody Friday, June 25, in New York City and booked for criminal contempt, TMZ reports.

Marianne Ayer told police the alleged harassment and stalking began after she broke up with Jean.

Marianne filed for a restraining order, accusing Jean Muggli Strahan of grand larceny, disorderly conduct, harassment, coercion and forcible touching.

Jean was arrested after she allegedly violated the order of protection by showing up at Marianne's house.

Marianne said Jean took her son's plastic gun, which he used in a student film, and threatened her.

Jean allegedly claimed the toy gun was real. Marianne also accused Jean of abusing and kicking her German Shepherd.

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Jean and Strahan, pictured in 2004, were married in 1999 after meeting at a spa. They share 16-year-old twin daughters, Isabella and Sophia.

Strahan and Jean finalized their bitter divorce on July 20, 2006. She was awarded $15 million in a divorce settlement, in addition to $18,000 in monthly child support.

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Dimitri Snowden appeared in court on Wednesday as a judge tossed out a temporary restraining order filed against him.

Christeline Peterson was granted a temporary restraining order in March after she alleged that Dimitri, 40, abused her during rough sex.

Peterson also accused Dimitri's wife, Ashley Snowden, of domestic abuse. Peterson and the Snowdens are cast members in TLC Network's "Seeking Sister Wife."

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Peterson (pictured) claimed that Dimitri slammed her head into a headboard and continued choking her during sex. She said he ignored her pleas to stop.

Dimitri countered her allegations by showing the judge text messages from Peterson saying she enjoyed being choked.

Peterson, a mother-of-two, traveled to America after being courted online by Dimitri Snowden.

Peterson also made similar allegations against Ashley, but the judge dismissed that case.

She alleged that Ashley was abusive to her in January, saying she "shoved me to prevent me from leaving the home my husband and I shared with her," according to court documents.

Seeking Sister Wife is in its third season on TLC. The series showcases the growing polyamorous community in America.

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The Snowdens and another sister wife, Vanessa (right), are seen in a promo shot from TLC.

Willow Smith, daughter of A-listers Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, revealed that she is open to having a polyamorous relationship because she doesn't enjoy sex as much as her partner.

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The 20-year-old rock musician came out as polyamorous in a recent episode of "Red Table Talk" with her mother, Jada, and grandmother, Adrienne Banfield Norris.

Willow said polyamory is not considered cheating, because it's unfair to men when women deprive them of sex outside of the confines of their relationship.

"In my friend group, I'm the only polyamorous person and I have the least sex out of all my friends," Smith said.

She said men should be free to enjoy intimacy within the context of a polyamorous relationship as opposed to a traditional 2-person marriage.

"The history of marriage really irks me, just the history of marriage as a whole and what it has represented over the years for women in particular," she added.

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Lil Nas X lashed out at Nike for blocking his bag after a judge issued a restraining order banning sales of his "Satan shoes" on Monday.

The judge issued the order against sneaker design company MSCHF Product Studio after Nike filed a lawsuit blocking the sale and distribution.

The Air Max 97 sneakers sold out in less than a minute following the launch on Monday. MSCHF claimed the sneakers contain one drop of human blood in the soles.

The one-hit rapper tried to circumvent the restraining order by giving away the sneakers for free on social media.

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He took to Twitter to inform his followers that he couldn't even give away the sneakers for free.

"sorry guys i'm legally not allowed to give the 666th pair away anymore because of the crying nerds on the internet," he wrote.

"I haven't been upset until today, i feel like it's f***ed up they have so much power they can get shoes cancelled. freedom of expression gone out the window. but that's gonna change soon."

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Some of his Twitter followers were unsympathetic. One fan reminded the rapper that fans are fickle.

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Kendall Jenner is living in fear for her life after a stalker threatened to shoot her if he can't have her.

The lanky runway model was granted a temporary restraining order against her stalker, Malik Bowker, 24, after he allegedly threatened her life.

According to TMZ, a judge signed off on the protective order on Monday, March 29. The 25-year-old model was informed by an LAPD detective that Bowker allegedly threatened to shoot her.

Court documents obtained by TMZ state that Bowker was placed on a psychiatric hold and is due to be released. His release date caused Jenner "severe emotional distress and anxiety".

The restraining order means he must stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times.

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In 2018, Kendall Jenner was granted a five-year restraining order against another alleged stalker.

John Ford was arrested outside Jenner's home for the second time in a week. He violated a temporary restraining order after he was spotted by her security sunbathing by her pool. She was later granted a permanent protective order.

Ford was held on a 5150 psychiatric hold, but after a psychiatrist ruled he was mentally unstable.

Prior to his arrest at Jenner's home, Ford was taken into custody after breaking into her gated community.

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Kenya Barris has filed a restraining order request for protection from his own sister. The Black-ish creator claims his sister, Colette Barris, used his fame to score her own Hollywood deals for years.

But Colette, a teacher and author, failed to make any progress on her own projects, which Kenya has always refused to help her with. Now Kenya is concerned that his sister will take out her anger on his six children.

According to court papers obtained by TMZ, the famed writer and producer is now seeking legal protection to force Colette to cease communication with him and leave his family alone.

In the filing, Kenya describes their dysfunctional relationship and alleges the last straw came when Colette insisted he had to fund a $4 million adaptation of one of her books - or else, she'd go public with his dirty laundry.

Colette has yet to respond to the allegations, and a ruling on the restraining order request has yet to be made.

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NBA star DeMar DeRozan confronted a man who broke into his Los Angeles-area home and entered his children's playroom.

DeRozan, 31, has two minor daughters with former fiancée Kiara Morrison, 32, (pictured with DeRozan and daughter Diar in 2018).

TMZ reported Saturday that the Spurs guard came "face-to-face" with the intruder after he ended up in the children's playroom in DeRozan's Calabasas mansion.

DeRozan chased the man, who was later arrested by police after he said he was actually looking for Kylie Jenner's home.

It isn't clear how the man breached security at the exclusive gated community. But guards caught him when he returned to the community for another burglary expedition the next day.

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Jenner, 23, who was on holiday with her family in Lake Tahoe, returned home and immediately went to the courthouse to file a restraining order against the man.

The man was charged with one count of felony burglary and served with a restraining order to keep away from the DeRozan and Jenner residences.

"I grew up in Compton, California," DeRozan said Saturday, according to ESPN. "I've been through worse."

DeRozan was part of a blockbuster trade that sent Kawhi Leonard to Toronto in 2018.

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Kylie Jenner has filed for an order of protection from a man who committed burglary in her exclusive gated community in Calabasas, California. The reality TV personality says she believes the man is stalking her.

Kylie is seeking a restraining order against a man named Justin Bergquist in court on Friday. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Bergquist allegedly broke into a mansion in Kylie's neighborhood last month. He left without taking anything -- but he came back and tried to get inside the gates again.

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Security stopped the burglar the second time and called the cops, but he told officers he was there to see Kylie.

TMZ sources say it's unclear if Bergquist mistakenly thought the first home he allegedly broke into was Kylie's, but he was arrested anyway for burglary and trespassing.

Court records show Bergquist is due back in court next month after pleading not guilty in his criminal case.

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Kylie filed court docs after arriving back home with her daughter, Stormi Webster, from a family vacation in Lake Tahoe. She flew in on her $50 million private jet, ignoring the CDC's recommendations to avoid traveling during the holidays due to the COVID 19 outbreak.

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Tamar Braxton's boyfriend rushed to court file for protection against the R&B singer and reality TV star, reports TMZ.com.

David Adefeso filed for a restraining order Tuesday in L.A., accusing Tamar of abusing him in a domestic violence incident, TMZ has learned.

David is asking a judge to grant him a restraining order against Tamar. It's unclear if she attacked him and if he has any injuries.

The court hasn't approved his request just yet -- TMZ reached out to Tamar's team to get more info.

The 43-year-old R&B star was hospitalized in Los Angeles on July 16 after David found her disoriented and lethargic in her hotel suite. She had apparently swallowed a handful of prescription pills.

David told 911 that Tamar was threatening to kill herself. He also mentioned her WE tv beef to cops at the time.

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Braxton family sources told TMZ they believe she's changed since hooking up with him -- claiming her mood seems to align with his.

They said David comes off as controlling in Tamar's reality show, and that he's been quite involved in her business decisions of late.

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Tamar's new single "Crazy Kind of Love" peaked at #2 on Billboard and Media Base charts. "Crazy Kind of Love", the first single off the soundtrack to the upcoming theatrical release TRUE TO THE GAME 2, is scheduled to be in theaters nationwide late November 2020.

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Brandy Norwood has filed a restraining order against a woman who was previously arrested for stalking her.

The R&B singer filed a restraining order on Tuesday in Los Angeles County Courts against a 21-year-old woman whom she accused of repeatedly showing up at her home in a gated community near L.A.

Brandy's attorneys asked a judge to keep the woman away from Brandy's home, The Blast reported.

A spokesperson for Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, tells The Blast, the overzealous fan was also arrested on Monday night around 8 pm, for allegedly stalking the singer.

According to arrest records, the woman was booked into jail on suspicion of felony stalking for "willfully and maliciously harassing" Brandy at her home.

She is being held on $150,000 bail and faces a year in county jail if she is convicted.

Sources close to the situation tell The Blast, Brandy does not know the fan, but she continues to show up at the singer's home unannounced and has popped up at several other locations.

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A Texas judge has denied a motion filed by Carl Crawford's 1501 record label to lift Megan Thee Stallion's restraining preventing him from blocking her album release on Friday.

Crawford, CEO of 1501 Certified Entertainment, filed an emergency motion on Wednesday to dissolve a temporary restraining order preventing him from blocking her music release.

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The former Los Angeles Dodgers star argued that she had no right to take the label to court in the first place, because he still has an ironclad contract that she signed.

But District Court Judge Beau A. Miller denied Crawford's motion, leaving the restraining order in place.

The judge, who must have been swayed by Megan's ample ASSets, stated simply, "the album at issue may be dropped for distribution beginning March 6, 2020."

Judge Miller also turned his attention to music honcho J. Prince, who sent subtle threats to Jay-Z and Roc Nation via social media, putting them on notice that he won't tolerate them trying to shake down 1501.

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In an Instagram post on Wednesday, J. Prince called out New York labels for stealing artists, which he says is a common practice.

"This is the same technique of the culture vultures. I didn't allow this to happen to me when New York and LA record labels attempted to take my artists - so they labeled me as malicious for fighting back. I didn't allow it then so I damn sure ain't gonna allow it to happen to 1501 records or any other independent record labels that I'm associated with."

Prince addressed Megan directly for allegedly running to Roc Nation and turning against Crawford who put her on.

But the judge ordered J. Prince to refrain from making "threatening or retaliatory social media posts or threats against" Megan, her agents, or her representatives.

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The judge also slapped a gag order on Megan and Crawford, who both took to social media to air out their side in the grievance.

Both parties are prohibited from "communicating with the media concerning the underlying issues in this case without court approval."

In a tearful video on her Instagram stories on Sunday, Megan, whose real name is Megan Pete, complained the contract was one-sided and unfair when she signed it as a naive 20-year-old.

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But Crawford hit back, telling Billboard magazine that Megan is a fraud and a liar. He said she was not the innocent 20-year-old signing her first record deal.

He insists she was 23 when she signed, which makes her 28 now, not 25 as she claims.

"You wasn't 20, you were 23 years old. You was a grown up. You're just a liar," Crawford said.