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Camille Grammer said the fight with Dimitri Charalambopoulos erupted after he received a phone message from another woman.
Camille Grammer has won a three-year restraining order against the ex-boyfriend she claims beat and suffocated her in a Texas hotel room.
A judge in Santa Monica, Calif., granted the extension Monday after Dimitri Charalambopoulos filed a counter-declaration Dec. 27 and denied roughing up the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star.
‘We’re very happy for the way things went in court today. She’s been through a rough period, and this is a bit of good news,” her spokesman Howard Bragman told the Daily News.
Camille Grammer shows her bruised face following a fight with ex Dimitri Charalambopoulos, in which she claims he grabbed her hair, slammed her head into a bed headboard and temporarily covered her nose and mouth so she couldn’t breathe.
Now divorced from “Cheers” actor Kelsey Grammer, Camille sought the domestic violence keep-away order in late October, two weeks after the alleged fight at the luxury Hotel Zara in Houston.
The former Playboy Playmate, 45, claimed Charalambopoulos, 36, grabbed her hair, slammed her head into a bed headboard and temporarily covered her nose and mouth so she couldn’t breathe.
She said the fight erupted after he received a phone message from another woman.
Photos submitted as evidence show Camille Grammer’s damaged cell phone and a chunk of her hair allegedly ripped from her head during the fight.
The couple was at the hotel during Camille’s recovery from a hysterectomy for endometrial cancer.
Texas prosecutors filed a felony charge of domestic assault/impeding breathing on Nov. 23. Charalambopoulos is due back before a judge on Thursday.
“He pressed and smashed her head into a mattress and squeezed her nostrils together and pushed her nose back into her head,” a law enforcement source told The News Monday.
Dimitri Charalambopoulos and Camille Grammer pictured during happier times at Andy Cohen’s book release party at SUR Lounge in Los Angeles in May 2012.
Charalambopoulos, a fitness trainer, has vehemently denied Camille’s allegations.
He told Access Hollywood he didn’t lay a hand on the reality TV temptress, though he acknowledged a heated verbal argument that caused him to leave the hotel.
He said he passed two polygraph tests proving his innocence.