James also asked if he could stay in his Austin residence while the divorce proceedings continue.
The West Coast Choppers star additionally petitioned for exclusive use of any cars or motor vehicles that he owns, according to court documents obtained by a news publication.
The dynamic duo's messy marital woes began earlier this month, when Rotten — who is pregnant with James' child — accused the Monster Garage host of infidelity and filed for a divorce to end their less than six-month marriage.
"Jesse is busy trying to f**k other women while I’m pregnant," the 29-year-old claimed in an Instagram Story announcement on Wednesday, November 30.
"I’m so hurt by everything he has done to me," she continued. "He didn’t give a f**k about anyone but himself he’s truly a disgusting human being.
"I should’ve known better you’re all right," Rotten mentioned, seemingly in regard to James infamously cheating on his ex-wife Sandra Bullock.
Originally, the television personality begged his wife to return home and took to his own Instagram, stating, "It was out of line and childish and immature. I’m sorry I did that. Please know. I’ve never thought about cheating on you. I’ve never tried to cheat on you. I’ve never had the urge to cheat on you. You are the only one I want, forever."
It appeared the rocky pair had figured things out, as Rotten released a statement confirming she had "filed a non suit to stop the divorce."
Except the adult film star stormed back into court to submit yet another petition to end their marriage just hours after she had moved back into her husband's home, OK! previously reported.
Rotten is James' fifth wife and tied the knot with The Apprentice alum in June.
TMZ obtained court documents regarding James attempt to ban Rotten from his Texas estate.