Magazine article on dating violence
“She physically attacked Ryan, caused a scene and refused to leave his home.
As she was removed from the premises, she claims she fell and injured herself.” Keith Fink, Hewitt’s lawyer, slammed any suggestion that his client had filed the suit for fame and money, telling PEOPLE the model wants to take a stand against domestic violence.
Ryan Phillippe has broken his silence on the domestic violence allegations being made against him by ex-girlfriend Elsie Hewitt.
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A source close to the actor told PEOPLE on Monday that “Ryan did not lay a hand on her — he wants to clear all of this up and he will.” A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to PEOPLE that officers filed a report of the alleged attack and granted Hewitt an emergency protective order. The report was forwarded to the Los Angeles City Attorney, who has not yet confirmed whether they will move forward with criminal charges.
In court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Hewitt claims that she saw Phillippe — whom she had been dating since April but split from in July — “repeatedly abusing a panoply of legal and illegal drugs, including without limitation: cocaine, ecstasy, psychedelic mushrooms, and steroids …