Camille Grammer Is Granted a Restraining Order Against Abusive Boyfriend

Camille Grammer Dimitri Charalambopoulos

Oct. 29 2013, Published 7:33 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer is opening up about the physical abuse she's suffered at the hands of her boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos, and is getting the authorities involved. She has been granted a restraining order to protect herself and her children.

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According to the restraining order obtained by Radar, there was an altercation between Camille and Dimitri on October 16 in a hotel and Dimitri "repeatedly slammed my head and face into the furniture," Camille said. She also claims he pulled out clumps of her hair and smashed her iPhone. Photo evidence of the abuse can also be found on Radar.

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Camille tweeted openly about the legal proceedings yesterday. "Info will come out today that is jaw dropping. And women can't be silenced after being physically abused!" she said. She continued: "Getting my strength back now that I am at home and wasn't able to deal with talking about it after my cancer surgery or what had happen." The incidence occurred just two days after Camille opened up about her surgery for endometrial cancer. What a terrible time! Our hearts go out to you, Camille.

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