Trevor Ariza’s wife : she asks for restraining order over abuse allegations, tells judge ‘always anxious’

The wife of for­mer Lak­ers star Trevor Ariza has gone to court seek­ing a restrain­ing order against the father of her two chil­dren, has revealed.

Accord­ing to court doc­u­ments obtained by, 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 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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