Conaway’s Fiancee Wins Restraining Order

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March 9, 2011 | 7:35am EST

Grease star Jeff Conaway has been forced to move out of the California home he shared with his fiancee after she obtained a restraining order against him.
Victoria Spinoza filed papers at Los Angeles Superior Court last month applying for an injunction against her former partner.

A temporary restraining order was granted on 28 February, as well as a ruling which forces the actor to move out of the home in Northridge, California which he shared with Spinoza.

In Spinoza’s court papers, obtained by E! Online, she confirms the relationship is now over and alleges Conaway threatened her in a violent incident on 23 February – branding him “mentally unstable and dangerous.”

The papers state, “He pulled out a knife and a hammer and told me he was going (to) ruin my life. He followed me to the bathroom, I locked myself in… I called 911 after he said he was going to kill me.”

She also alleges that in separate incidents, Conaway punched her “in the eye” during a drive and kicked her in the chest, as well as claiming he has been hospitalized on an involuntary psychiatric hold three times in the last year.

Conaway filed his own legal papers on 2 March, applying for a restraining order against Spinoza, alleging she has stolen $700-worth of his medication and planted cocaine in the house.

A court hearing about the matter is scheduled for 21 March.