Jenna Jameson Gets Restraining Order That Extends Protection to Tito Ortiz and Sons in HB

Jenna Jameson claims her ex-friend threatened her career.
Jenna Jameson claims her ex-friend threatened her career.
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Jenna Jameson has obtained a restraining order against a former friend she accuses of repeatedly breaking into her home--and has extended the protection to her children and estranged baby daddy Tito Ortiz, who is raising their twin boys in Huntington Beach.

A judge ordered Allen Dean Clayborn to stay at least 100 yards away from Jameson, Ortiz, their sons, their homes and the boys' school, reports TMZ and multiple gossip sites.

Jameson claims she and Clayborn had a falling out before he attempted to blackmail her, broke into her house and stole her keys and cash.

Speaking of cash, one wonders the total of restraining order filing fees Orange County courts have received from Jameson.

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In April 2010, she filed for and was later granted a restraining order to keep Ortiz away from her, after the UFC Hall of Famer was hauled off to Huntington Beach Jail in handcuffs after she accused him of domestic violence. The couple later made up and the charges were dismissed.

In June 2012, Jameson and "Bad Boy of Huntington Beach" Ortiz sought an emergency restraining order against Shana Burroughs, a former friend of the couple accused of stalking them, stealing from them and offering them Oxycodone. The judge initially denied the request.

In April 2013, Jameson's former assistant Britney Markham claimed her boss punched her in the head and stomach with her brass-knuckles iPhone case. Battery charges were dropped against the adult superstar, but Markham said she still wanted a restraining order.

Maybe some of Jameson's fans or recent Couples Therapy viewers can recall other Jenna-related restraining orders I am forgetting.

Email: mcoker@ocweekly.com. Twitter: @MatthewTCoker. Follow OC Weekly on Twitter @ocweekly or on Facebook!


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