Shanna Moakler is staying far away from her ex in the safety of her home.
The former Playboy Playmate recently accused her ex-boyfriend Matthew Rondeau of abusive behavior, prompting him to be arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department for felony domestic violence on Thursday, February 24.
After accusing the model of "throwing a chair at her," amongst other abusive behavior, Moakler was granted an emergency protective order against her estranged ex.
She then took to Instagram on Sunday, February 27, to assure her followers she was home and safe despite last week's chaos.
"Gaming with my squad BMF! Home safe and sound" she wrote on her Instagram Story with a red heart emoji while posing for a selfie with a smile on her face.
The former Miss USA contestant recently obtained a seven-day protective order against Rondeau, which prohibits him from being within 100 yards of her, as well as bans him from any attempts to "harass, attack, strike, [or] assault" her. He is also not allowed to contact her "by any means."
As OK! previously learned, Moakler and Rondeau got into a heated argument last week after he seemingly accused the blonde beauty of cheating on him. What began as a screaming match allegedly turned physical on Thursday morning, with Moakler reportedly being left with visible marks on her body.
According to the police report of the incident, Rondeau allegedly "grabbed the victim by the hair, [swinging] her by hair on the ground.” It was also reported that he "grabbed [Moakler’s] face and neck, threw chair at victim and urinated on [her], leaving visible injuries.”
Just hours before his arrest, Rondeau posted a series of aggressive clips on Instagram, where he branded his former girlfriend a "f**king w**re" and accused her of "talking to other f**king people the entire time of our relationship."
But over the weekend, Rondeau took to Instagram to share a lengthy post about the situation, where he apologized for the unhinged video and admitted he "acted like a lunatic."