The wife of former Lakers star Trevor Ariza has gone to court seeking a restraining order against the father of her two children, RadarOnline.com has revealed.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Bree Anderson Ariza has filed for a protection order against Trevor. She feels that for her own safety, she wants him to stay away from her and keep out of contact with her.
She also says she wants the judge to order that Trevor can’t enter his home. Also, she wants sole custody and supervised visits with the NBA star.
In her restraining order petition, Bree said Trevor “exercised extreme physical abuse against me” during her marriage.
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“He abused me verbally and emotionally. Some of the abuse was in the presence of our children,” she said.
“I was financially dependent on Trevor throughout our marriage,” she explained, explaining why she stayed until she had the courage to break up. She said she hoped her divorce filing would put an end to the abuse allegations, but it hasn’t.
However, she said Trevor went on to call her “h-” and “b—–” in front of her children and that she “threatened me regularly.”
She says she feels uncomfortable because Trevor lives half a mile away. Bree said he once broke into her house without her knowledge because he “thinks he has the right to come and go as he pleases”.
At one point, she threatened to change her locks and make her homeless if she didn’t follow his every command. According to Bree, Trevor has continued to refuse to pay her child support and has threatened to separate her children from her.
In her petition, she details an incident in which Trevor allegedly showed up at her home in August 2021. Bree said he was “very angry” and demanded he give her her cell phone. she refused.
Bree claims he threw her on the bed and began strangling her, but released her just before she passed out. She alleges that Trevor hit her with her closed fist and continued to hit her several times.
Bree claims another incident occurred on February 17, 2020, in which Trevor strangled her until she passed out. “He immediately grabbed me by the throat and started strangling her until I was unconscious.”
She pointed to a Sept. 9, 2020 text that Trevor allegedly sent her. “Having a hand on you made me feel like I had nothing,” she writes.
“I strongly believe that the physical, verbal and emotional abuse of Trevor deserves a ‘protection order,’ ” Brie said.
As part of her petition, Bree has attached several photographs of the scars she allegedly suffered from Trevor’s actions.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Trevor and his wife Bree have been in court for months.
Last year, Brie filed for divorce from Trevor after four years of marriage. She claimed “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for her divorce.
Brie lists her marriage date as April 2018 and her separation date as “TBD.” The two dated for years before getting married.
Bree requested primary physical custody of the two children and demanded visitation for Trevor. He asked for interim child support and spousal support for the NBA star’s son and spouse.
In response, Trevor demanded joint physical and legal custody of the children. He asked the court to revoke Bree’s spousal support rights. This trial is currently underway.
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