Mike Fleiss, the creator of “The Bachelor” franchise, is being accused by his pregnant spouse of attacking her earlier this month. On Tuesday, Laura Fleiss filed a restraining order on the L.A. County Courthouse detailing the assault she stated occurred at their Hawaii house on July 4, CBS Los Angeles studies.
She can also be alleging verbal abuse from her husband of 5 years. The couple has a 4-year-old son collectively, and Laura is ten weeks pregnant with their second little one.
Within the court docket paperwork, Laura claims that previous to getting married, she and Fleiss agreed to have just one little one. She alleges that Fleiss turned enraged after studying about her second being pregnant.
Fleiss allegedly instructed his spouse, “If in case you have an abortion, then we will simply return to the way in which we had been.” She additionally claims her husband instructed her, “The following time I see you, I do not need to see your abdomen,” and that he yelled that he was going to “shove her down the steps.”
The paperwork declare Fleiss threw his spouse up in opposition to a wall, and photographs allegedly present him pulling her hair, CBS Los Angeles studies.
Authorized skilled Alexandra Kazarian instructed CBS Los Angeles the images “are going to be very highly effective on her facet.”
“Ever because the O.J. Simpson case, the legal guidelines have modified to make it a lot simpler for somebody to get a restraining order in opposition to somebody that they are in a relationship with,” Kazarian.
A restraining order was granted to Laura and it’ll stay in impact till a listening to date set for August 6, Leisure Tonight studies. Fleiss has been ordered to stay at the very least 100 yards away from his spouse and son, and he should transfer out of their house.
Fleiss reportedly filed for divorce from Laura on July 10, citing irreconcilable variations, based on Leisure Tonight.
Laura, whose maiden title is Kaeppeler, received the Miss America magnificence pageant in 2012, which Fleiss judged.
Fleiss, who created “The Bachelor” in 2002, has turn out to be an leisure character himself. The chief producer is understood to be very lively on social media, divulging particulars and live-tweeting “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.” He has not tweeted since Monday night time.
Warner Bros., which distributes the exhibits, responded to the allegations on Tuesday night. “We’re conscious of those severe allegations, and are trying into them,” a Warner Bros. spokesperson instructed Leisure Tonight.