A California judge has ruled Camille Grammer's ex-boyfriend must abide by the terms of a temporary restraining order issued against him in October after the reality TV star's lawyers were unable to serve him with papers.
Dimitri Charalambopoulos has reportedly been evading process servers keen to present him with court documents and make the protective order, which binds him by law to stay at least 100 yards away from Camille.
Her lawyer, Larry Stein, appealed to the judge last month to issue a decree and now his request has been granted.
According to legal papers, obtained by TMZ, Charalambopoulos managed to dodge officials on 29 occasions as they attempted to serve him at his home, his parents' property and with his attorney.
He stands accused of attacking Camille, actor Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife, in their hotel suit after receiving an early-morning text and a phone call from a screaming woman.
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Charalambopoulos allegedly grabbed her hair and pushed her head repeatedly against the bed as she cried for him to stop.
Camille divorced former Frasier star Kelsey in 2011.