90 Day Fiancé’s Paul Staehle and Karine Martins drop restraining orders following legal problems over the summer
- They mutually agreed to drop three emergency protective orders
- Staehle and Martins agreed to forego a hearing that was slated for December
- They made headlines this past summer trading a series of accusations
90 Day Fiancé stars Paul Staehle and Karine Martins have dropped restraining orders they applied for amid a series of accusations they had traded this past summer.
Staehle, 37, and Martins, 24, on September 16 mutually agreed to drop three emergency protective orders and forego a hearing that was slated for December, Us Weekly reported on Wednesday, citing court docs.
The pair exchanged vows in November 2017 and share son Pierre, 18 months. They made headlines this past summer amid a series of accusations indicating critical problems between them.
The latest: 90 Day Fiancé stars Paul Staehle, 37, and Karine Martins, 24, have dropped restraining orders they applied for amid a series of accusations they had this past summer
Staehle in July said in an Instagram Stories clip that the Brazilian beauty had put in for a ‘full restraining order’ from him and that he was ‘not allowed to be around her or my son, within 500 feet of them at all.’
Both traded serious allegations against the other in official documents they filed: Martins said that Staehle had sexually assaulted her and tried to manipulate her by not letting her have her Green Card, US reported.
‘I am terrified he will hurt me or hurt my son because I [ran] away from him and I am even afraid to go back to Brazil now because he can go to Brazil and hurt us,’ she said in court docs, the outlet reported.
Staehle said Martins had ‘assaulted’ him and that he suspected her of trying to poison his food with glass. He told the court: ‘I previously found glass in my food. I found similar glass shards from an item she broke.’
The pair exchanged vows in November 2017 and share son Pierre, 18 months
Where things stand: Martins last month took to Instagram Stories about how she got a protective order against Staehle following a sequence of disturbing instances
Bundle of joy: The couple welcomed son named Pierre Martins Staehle last year
A judge subsequently issued an order keeping Martins at least 500 feet from Staehle amid the problems between the pair.
Staehle also implied on social media that he and Martins were expecting a second son; and that he was working on a home in Brazil and keeping it ‘sanitary and baby safe’ for the family’s sake.
‘I have to accept the fact that I will probably never see my wife and son again,’ he said on social media earlier this month. ‘Or see the birth or ever see my unborn child. That being said I think I am doing what is best staying constructive and busy.’
Better times: Paul and Karine got married in November 2017