Jaime King Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Estranged Husband
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The former 'Hart of Dixie' actress, however, was denied of her emergency motion related to child custody and visitation for James and Leo, her two sons with Kyle Newman.

AceShowbiz - Actress Jaime King has been granted a "partial" court victory in her restraining order request against estranged husband Kyle Newman.

The "Pearl Harbor" star moved to end her 13-year marriage to director Newman on Monday, May 18, and as part of her Los Angeles court filing, she asked for an emergency motion related to child custody and visitation for their two boys, James, six, and four-year-old Leo.

That request was "denied without prejudice", but the presiding judge did sign off on a temporary protective ban against Newman, ordering him to keep at least 100 yards (91.44 metres) away from King, according to People.com.

The matter will be reassessed in another hearing on 8 June.

Representatives for both stars have yet to comment on the news of the split and the need for the restraining order, but Newman is reportedly self-isolating with the couple's young sons in Pennsylvania, while the actress is at home in Los Angeles.

They wed in November, 2007 after two years of dating.

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