Judge Extends Pamela Anderson's Restraining Order Against Ex Rick Salomon

The Baywatch actress failed to file the appropriate paperwork at the time

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Pamela Anderson has secured another restraining order against estranged husband Rick Saloman.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge approved an extension of Anderson’s temporary restraining order against Salomon, 47, despite the fact that she failed to properly serve her ex for both her divorce and the initial restraining order.

A new hearing has been set for May 6, giving Anderson more time to serve Salomon with the appropriate paperwork.

Anderson filed for divorce from Salomon on Feb. 11, citing irreconcilable differences. On March 13, she filed for a temporary restraining order against the poker player, claiming that Salomon was abusive and that she feared for her safety.

The Baywatch star’s initial restraining order file included screenshots of texts and emails between Salomon and her friends, some of which featured explosive allegations about Anderson, 47. In one message, Salomon accused the actress of being a “serial baby killer.” He also claimed that she was a “cutter” and called her various names, including “ugly old b—-” and a “crack whore.”

Anderson’s rep responded to Salomon’s accusations in March, saying, “His claims about Ms. Anderson are ridiculous and do not dignify a response.”

“She is moving on with her life and spending quality time with her family. This is a sad time her,” the statement continued.

The couple first wed in 2007 but got an annulment just two months after exchanging their vows. They later rekindled their romance, marrying in January 2014.

Anderson filed for divorce six months after their second wedding, but she asked a judge to dismiss her petition in August 2014.

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