The seven-year-old friend of the actress was arrested in February on charges of domestic violence with bodily injuries.
Selma Blair He thought he had got rid of the worst parts of his life by writing his “Mean Baby” memoir, which will be published on May 17. He was later hospitalized for allegedly assaulting a seven-year-old friend.
Blair opened Thursday People In February, an alleged assault that resulted in his now ex-boyfriend being arrested on charges of domestic violence with bodily harm, and he was remanded in custody.
“After finishing the book, I honestly thought. “It’s a dramatic part of my life. “It was done,” the actress said, calling the alleged attack “the most shocking thing.”
The book details his struggle against addiction and alleged sexual harassment. He told People he wrote it for his son, “for people trying to find the deepest place where they can crawl until the pain subsides.”
As for him, Blair says he is in a “good place” now. “I can not believe all this has happened in my life, և I’m still here, I’m fine.” As for the alleged attack in February, Blair said.
He explained that these days he has found peace and confidence in his life. “As long as my son is well, I do not have an immediate death sentence or I am in imminent danger, then I can probably settle everything,” he said.
Martin Blair has filed a restraining order against Ronald Carlson following an alleged February 22 incident. In his application, he claims that Carlson was angry and violent when he appeared at his house to return the TV.
He says that he was weak after he had just finished his treatment for multiple sclerosis (he was diagnosed with the disease in 2018), and when he said how much the keys were exchanged, he left.
In his court documents, Blair stated that he had physically assaulted him while he was lying on the couch and had aggressively strangled him. The alleged violence escalated, eventually causing Blair to fall to the floor and start bleeding from his nose before Carlson left.
Speaking to officers that evening, Blair said he was bleeding from his nose again and fainted, after which he was taken to hospital by ambulance. Photographs taken by LAPD show bruises around his neck and chin, as well as traces of his hands.
Police urged him to issue a defense order issued on February 25. Carlson responded by presenting his precautionary measure, but he was rejected.
Get help if you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence or violence. National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-7233) provides 24/7, free, confidential assistance to people in need.