Karine, Paul at ‘Fault’ for Restraining Order

90 day fiance star Karine Staehle tried “for months” to withdraw the restraining order against her estranged husband, Paul Staehlesays a source exclusively to In Touch.

“Actually, they both had [a restraining order] one on top of the other and tried to drop them at the same time, but only Paul was allowed and not Karine at the time,” a source close to the situation exclusively reveals. In contact. “But he finally got his move heard to fall.”

On March 31, In contact exclusively revealed that Karine dropped her restraining order against Paul, 39, on February 16, 2023.

Noting that Karine, 29, spent months trying to get her restraining order dropped, the source explains that “Kentucky is very strict about this” because the state advocates “domestic violence.”

“I thought it was weird that Paul had no problem taking his off, but she couldn’t,” the source adds. “Both were to blame and for [the] For the sake of the babies he wanted to try and figure something out.

Paul previously appealed the order in August 2022. “Appellant argues that the circuit court erroneously found that he committed acts of domestic violence against appellee and incorrectly found that she is at risk of further acts of domestic violence,” he stated in the filing. legal seen. by In contact.

The Brazil native initially filed the restraining order against Paul on December 30, 2021, following a physical fight at his Kentucky home. The altercation was caught on camera and circulated through social media. In the order, Karine claimed that she was a victim of rape and domestic violence.

In the clip that circulated online on December 17, Karine apparently grabbed Paul tightly and pinned him against the sofa by the neck. Her eldest son, Pierre, was in the room at the time of the altercation.

Karine appeared to address the situation in a since-deleted Instagram post. “You know when you’ve tried everything? And when I say everything, it’s everything you can imagine and then some,” she wrote, according to a screenshot obtained by the blogger. John Yates. “The night before I spent awake and reflecting on everything that I have been through and many things, it was out of love for my children and it will always be for them and that will never change. I woke up determined, I asked for a divorce, that’s right, a divorce. [Now] what will happen to me, I don’t know, but God knows. At the moment I just want the lap of my family and especially my mother, to return home and start my life again.

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The couple made their TLC debut in season 1 of 90 Day Fiancé: Before 90 Days. After getting married in November 2017, Karine and Paul welcomed Pierre in March 2019 and Ethan in February 2021. They experienced many ups and downs before calling it quits for good in December 2021 following the altercation. In 2022, they lost custody of Pierre, 4, and Ethan, 2, to Child Protective Services (CPS).

In June 2022, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children sent out a missing person alert for Pierre, who was believed to be with Paul at the time. Pierre was finally returned on July 3, 2022, and was told by the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department In contact that the eldest son of the former couple was “located and safe.”

90 Day Fiance's Karine Staehle Tried 'For Months' To Drop Paul's Restraining Order: 'They're Both To Blame'
Courtesy of Paul Staehle/Instagram

After the incident, Pierre was placed in the same foster home that Ethan already lived in.

In November 2022, Paul shared his side of the story when he told fans that he and Karine were working together to win back custody of Pierre and Ethan.

The reality star claimed they lost custody because he let Karine see his children even though it violated his original custody order.

“There was an order in there that Karine could only see the supervised children, I let Karine see the children unsupervised, therefore I violated court orders,” Paul told John during an interview in November 2022. He also noted that she is not allowed to see any of her children until they are 18 years old.

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