We have an update on the alleged incident that went down between Camille Grammer and Dimitri Charalambopoulos inside a Houston hotel room on October 16.
As previously reported, Grammer has accused her ex-boyfriend of assault, Tweeting a number of emotional messages yesterday and telling followers she feared for "her life" at the hands of Charalambopoulos.
TMZ, meanwhile, confirms that Camille was granted a restraining order today about her former lover.
The document states that Charalambopoulos received a text message from a woman around 1:30 a.m. on the 16th of this month and that this same woman proceeded to call Dimitri and yell at him.
These exchanges led to an argument between Camille and Dimitri and to the latter subsequently grabbing his girlfriend's hair and repeatedly slamming her skull into the headboard.
Grammar says many follicles were yanked out in the process and that Charalambopoulos destroyed her iPhone when she tried calling for help.
According to the legal filing, Camille alleges Dimitri "squeezed my nose between his finger and pushed upward forcefully, covering my mouth in an attempt to silence me to prevent me from breathing."
He is also accused of pounding Grammer's head and face into the furniture and "complete immobilizing" the reality star.
Camille estimates that the abused lasted a minimum of 40 minutes and that Dimitri threatened to knock her out if she moved off the bed when he finally left the room.
A judge has granted a temporary restraining order that requires Charalambopoulos stay 100 yards from Grammer and her two children.