Camille Grammer wins permanent restraining order against ex-boyfriend
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Camille Grammer has been given another new year's boost after a judge granted her a permanent restraining order against a former boyfriend.
The reality TV star announced she had completed treatments for endometrial cancer last week, and now she has been informed her ex Dimitri Charalambopoulos will not be a part of her life for the next three years -- after he allegedly battered her during a hotel room fight in Houston, Texas in October.
Grammer won a temporary restraining order against Charalambopoulos after claiming her then-boyfriend attacked her, grabbing her by the hair, yanking out clumps in the process.
The temporary restraining order was extended on Jan. 6 and now Charalambopoulos will not be able to contact Camille or her two kids until January 2017.
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