Meghan King had two orders of protection against her ex-husband Jim Edmonds dismissed, a temporary restraining order and a child protection order.
King’s attorney has denied the temporary restraining order King was given to Edmonds in addition to a child protection order that had been requested but not granted, People reported. In addition, a consent order was included in their final divorce filing earlier.
Speaking to People, King, 37, claimed she would remain ‘protected’ with the help of a ‘binding document’ that has not been made public.
Dropped: King Meghan has been denied two protection orders against her ex-husband Jim Edmonds, a temporary restraining order and a child protection order
‘As I continued to heal, I became more enlightened and aware of what I was going through and how to handle it. Let’s just say I will remain protected and safe with a binding document that is not accessible to the public,’ she told the website.
Edmonds rep Steve Honig told People that his client is happy to start a new chapter with fiancée Kortnie O’Connor and put ‘this nonsense behind his back.’
‘Jim looks forward to putting all this nonsense behind him as he begins his new life with Kortnie and continues to focus on the needs of his children,’ the statement read.
King was issued a temporary restraining order against Edmonds earlier this month, claiming her ex had verbally abused her over their custody agreement.
‘I will remain protected’: Speaking to People, King, 37, claims she will remain ‘protected’ with the help of a ‘binding document’ that has not yet been made public
King filed court documents in Missouri in June according to a TMZ report of what she described as ‘routine and consistent verbal abuse’ over text messages.
The court order also claims similar behavior will occur on their shared Family Wizard app, which they use to co-parent their three children: 5-year-old daughter Aspen and twin sons Hart and three-year-old Hayes.
The publication reports that it is still unclear what Edmonds told her but insiders told them it was related to their joint custody agreement, specifically regarding pick-up/drop-off schedules. which King claimed was not followed.
Before that: King filed court documents in Missouri in June following a TMZ report of what she described as ‘routine and consistent verbal abuse’ over text
Third marriage: Last year, Meghan entered a brief marriage to President Biden’s nephew Cuffe Owens
King also claimed that Edmonds tried to seal the case while she wanted it to be made public.
Edmonds’ agent Steve Hoenig issued a statement to TMZ which read: ‘This claim for a protective order is completely baseless and furthermore constitutes an absolute mockery of the pain of the patient. millions of women in this country who are legitimate victims of abuse. “
King and Edmonds married in 2014 but separated in 2019, and their divorce officially ends in 2021.
King’s first marriage was to Brad McDill. The two married in the summer of 2007, but ended in divorce in 2011.
She was married last year to President Biden’s nephew Cuffe Owens, but they split after two months of marriage. In July, King revealed that the union had been cancelled.
Edmonds, meanwhile, is now engaged to his and Meghan’s ex-triple partner Kortnie O’Connor.
He put a ring on it: Edmonds, meanwhile, is now engaged to his ex-partner of three and Meghan, Kortnie O’Connor
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