Jeremy Jackson has been ordered to stay away from his ex-girlfriend, her family and her dog after allegedly threatening to kill her.
Jeremy Jackson has been ordered to stay away from his ex-girlfriend and her dog.
The former 'Baywatch' actor is the subject of a restraining order after Elise Ginsburg claimed he threatened to murder her multiple times while wielding a knife and wine opener, strangled her and left her with a bruise eye and cuts during a row last month.
And Elise is also said to be concerned Jeremy is putting together a group to rob her house.
According to TMZ, a judge has now ordered the 34-year-old star to stay at least 100 yards away from his former girlfriend, her family members and her emotional support dog, a pug named Versace.
The incident comes a few months after Jeremy was arrested for allegedly stabbing a man in Westlake, California before fleeing the scene of the crime.
The assailant fled before officers arrived at the scene of the incident, but the victim was able to identify his attacker as ''Hobie, from 'Baywatch'''.
The next day, the police were notified there was a possible prowler wandering around close to where the stabbing occurred and arrested him immediately.
Los Angeles Police Detective Joe Rios later confirmed that Jeremy was taken into custody for assault with a deadly weapon, but was released that same day on bail.
Jeremy - who starred as David Hasselhoff's on-screen son in the popular series - has previously admitted to using methamphetamine and abusing alcohol, which led to his decision to walk away from 'Baywatch' in 1999.
Earlier this year, he was prematurely evicted from the UK version of 'Celebrity Big Brother' after he pulled open the dressing gown of glamour model and fellow contestant Chloe Goodman.
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