In a court date on September 22, lawyers for Rachael Taylor and Matthew Newton agreed to the temporary court order which is designed to protect Taylor.
"Transformers" star Rachael Taylor has been granted a temporary court order to keep her former fiance Matthew Newton away from her after she accused him of several "unprovoked violent assaults". The actress broke off the engagement over the summer and just a day after Newton checked himself into rehab, Taylor's lawyers went to court in her native Australia to apply for an apprehended violence order (AVO) against the star.
In the legal documents, Taylor alleges she suffered two "gravely serious" attacks at the hands of the "Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities" actor during a vacation in Italy in August. The case went to court in Sydney on Wednesday, September 22 and lawyers representing both stars agreed to the conditions of the order, which is designed to protect Taylor.
Magistrate Lee Gilmour enforced an interim AVO and both sides will come back to court on October 25 to have the order confirmed.