Charlie Sheen's ex-fiancee Brett Rossi was granted a restraining order extension on Friday (08Apr16).
Rossi, who split from the Wall Street actor in 2014, was awarded an emergency order against Sheen on 1 April (16), a day after she reported an alleged altercation between herself and the actor to officials at the Los Angeles Police Department.
The adult actress, who also goes by Scottine Ross, was granted a seven-day protection order, which banned the Two and a Half Men star from contacting her, and she has now been granted an extension by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Alicia Blanco, who issued a temporary restraining order on Friday.
In the filing, Rossi claimed Sheen had threatened her life in an audio recording and had been physically violent on two occasions in 2014, according to The Associated Press.
As per the order, the actor must stay 100 yards away from his ex, avoid all contact, and turn in any guns he might own. It also allows her to record any conversations with him.
"The court recognized the serious nature of Mr. Sheen's threats and extended the protective order. Mr. Sheen now has to respond to the protective order," her lawyer, David Ring, tells UsMagazine.com in a statement. "Ms. Ross continues to cooperate with law enforcement to ensure her safety and the safety of others."
The news comes just days after Los Angeles police confirmed Sheen is at the center of a criminal investigation following a visit to his home in March (16). They did not disclosed the nature of the case, but Rossi's legal representative John C. Taylor confirmed to ETOnline.com that it involves the porn star. Detectives from a unit that investigates serious stalking and criminal threats cases are leading the probe.
Rossi is also currently suing Sheen for assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress for allegedly failing to tell her he was HIV-positive before they had unprotected sex. The actor went public with his diagnosis in November (15).