"My ex had a knife in her hand so all of you saying it was car keys I'm sorry but this is not okay!" Carter captioned a photo of the incident with the alleged weapon in Martin's hand. "I'm not a liar she is a scam artist who need serious help. Give me my son back he needs to be with his father."
The alarming post came after the record producer reportedly filed for a temporary restraining order — which also reportedly stated that a minor (most likely being his son) was also in need of protection — against his former partner on Wednesday, February 23, the same day he confirmed the two called it quits again.
“My relationship has come to a point where we have to part ways. Please respect my privacy at this time. Thank you,” Carter wrote in a tweet announcing their split.
“I have no intentions on being in any relationship anytime soon," he penned in a follow-up tweet. "I’m too scarred and I can’t trust any woman. So I’m going to protect my soul and my heart at this time.”
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Carter filed for a domestic violence TRO at the Antelope Valley Courthouse in L.A. County. Only one day later, the former teen star posted a video of himself seemingly serving Martin with the protective order.
"You’ve been served. You’ve been served. See you in court. #restrainingorder," the Florida native captioned the video of himself chasing Martin with papers in his hand as she attempted to run away from him while wheeling a pink suitcase.
Carter and Martin have been in an on-again, off-again relationship since January of 2020 and got engaged later that June. The complicated couple welcomed their baby boy on November 22, 2021.