Rick Salomon Calls Pamela Anderson a 'Serial Baby Killer' in Emails Filed with Her Restraining Order
In court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Anderson alleges that her ex tried to smother her with a pillow
The temporary order, filed Friday, will hold until the court hearing scheduled for April 3, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.
In the docs, Anderson, 47, alleges that Salomon’s pattern of abuse had become so severe that she was “scared of what he is capable of doing to me.”
Since Anderson filed for divorce from Salomon in February, she alleges in the documents that his behavior “has become erratic, out of control and has caused me to fear for my safety.”
Anderson recounted an occasion in late January when he allegedly put a pillow over her face while they were having sex in an attempt to smother her. The documents also claim that when Salomon is “upset,” he calls her “cruel names” such as “slut,” “ugly old b––” and “crack whore.”
In the weeks leading up to their divorce, Anderson received a number of harassing e-mails and text messages from her soon-to-be-ex and her associates, she claims.
In one email sent on March 3, Salomon allegedly called Anderson a “cutter” and called her a “serial baby killer with her husbands.” He also claimed that she had begged him to get her pregnant while they were married.
In another email that Anderson filed with the docs, Salomon accuses Anderson of “fraud” for eating fish. “I hate the smell of fish,” he says. “It makes me want to vomit.”
Salomon would also allegedly send Anderson photos of his then-wife that he had taken of her nude and without her consent, “demonstrating that he has the power to send it to anyone if I did not do what he wants,” she claims.
The couple first wed in 2007 but sought an annulment two months later. They rekindled their relationship years later and married once again in January 2014. Six months later, Anderson filed for divorce but asked the judge to dismiss her petition in August 2014.
Salomon’s lawyer tells PEOPLE that “Rick is not going to comment,” adding that they haven’t been served with the application for the protection order. “Therefore, we’re not in a position to comment on it,” he says.
• Reporting by MICHAEL MILLER