Tamar Braxton’s Boyfriend Files For A Restraining Order For Domestic Violence, Tamar Say He Planned To Kill Her & Himself

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Tamar Braxton & David Adefeso during happier times

Tamar Braxton’s boyfriend David Adefeso has asked the court for protection against her in what he describes as a domestic violence.

The reality star and singer’s, David, filed for a restraining order Tuesday in L.A. seeking to prevent domestic violence and he’s asking a judge to grant him one against Tamar. For now, it’s unclear what he’s alleging she might have done.

The court has not approved his request just yet.

This has not been a good year for Tamar or anyone. Tamar tried to commit suicide not too long ago and David was the one who called 911 saying Tamar was threatening to kill herself. He also mentioned her WeTV problems to police at the time.

Family sources connected to Tamar have told us they believe she’s changed since getting with him claiming her mood seems to align with his. We’ve also been told that David has come off as controlling in Tamar’s reality show, and that he’s been quite involved in her business decisions of late.

Now according to The Blast, Tamar Braxton is alleging her boyfriend, David Adesfeso, was the aggressor in a recent domestic violence incident where she claims he assaulted her and threatened to kill her in a ‘murder-suicide.’

According to sources close to Braxton, the ex-couple got into a heated altercation while driving to check the reality star into a mental health facility for treatment. We’re told on the way, Tamar questioned Adefesco about a recent about an Instagram he shared featuring her 7-year-old son, Logan Herbert.

At that point, the couple apparently began arguing and Tamar told David he was “around for the wrong reasons and could not be trusted.”

The ‘Braxton Family Values’ star claims David became “irate, threatening not only her life but his own.” She claims he said, they were going to end up in a “murder-suicide.”

Source: TMZ

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