Jaime King Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Husband Kyle Newman: 'She's Distraught'
Jaime King has been granted a temporary restraining order against estranged husband Kyle Newman, PEOPLE confirms.
According to court records, a judge approved the order to be held until a hearing on June 8. King's filing for an emergency motion related to child custody and visitation was "denied without prejudice," according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.
"She's distraught," a source close to the Black Summer actress — who filed for divorce from the director on Monday morning in Los Angeles — tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Along with her divorce petition, King, 41, filed for a domestic violence prevention petition against the director, 44. Reps for King and Newman have not commented.
After meeting on set of their film Fanboys, King and Newman — who share two sons, James Knight, 6, and Leo Thames, 4 — tied the knot in 2007 at the Greystone Park and Manor in Los Angeles, which also marked site of their first date more than a year prior to the ceremony.
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“I don’t know why, but some part of me was instantly connected to him, and I loved him so much,” King told InStyle Weddings at the time. “It was intense. I never thought that would happen to me.”
On Mother's Day, King shared a sweet tribute to their children, writing: "I am incredibly blessed to be your mama. Thank you for choosing me my beautiful babies. May I always hold for you and be the safest space that you know 🦋with happiness, peace, unconditional loving, support, laughter, abundance, understanding, joy and hearing and seeing you for you forever."
Over the last few weeks, Newman — who remained publicly mum on Mother's Day and King's recent birthday — has been sharing snapshots with his sons during their time in isolation.
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