AceShowbiz - The dispute between Danielle Staub and her estranged husband Marty Caffrey is seemingly far from over at this point. Shortly after "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star was granted restraining order against him, she got police to help her remove Caffrey from their home. TMZ first broke the story.
The publication reported that officers responded to a domestic disturbance in Englewood, New Jersey on Thursday, January 3. They soon removed from Caffrey from the house, but did not arrest him or charge him with any crime.
Earlier on the day, a court judge granted Staub a temporary restraining order lasting for 10 days, just a day after she filed the documents. According to a rep for the author, Staub did that for the personal safety for herself and her children, 24-year-old Christine and 20-year-old Jillian. The order alleged that he was emotionally abusing her.
Meanwhile, Caffrey told Page Six that he wasn't aware that Staub filed a restraining order against him at all.
"She has received multiple death threats on social media over her behavior on how she treats people, so she files something with that at the police but it had nothing to do with me," he told the webloid. "Whether or not she's filed a restraining order on me I'm not sure what it could be for. There has not been interaction between the two of us. We're living in the same house but we're avoiding each other."
Staub and Caffrey split in September after just four months of marriage. In her divorce filing, the Bravo personality accused Caffrey of physically and verbally abusing her. However, the latter has denied the accusation and called her claim "so outrageous that I couldn't even think of what demented mind would come up with these things that are so illogical."