KEKE PALMER’s restraining order against ex-partner DARIUS JACKSON gets extended by 6 months

Thursday, January 11, 2024
 – Keke Palmer's temporary restraining order against ex-partner, Darius Jackson has been extended by six months after she previously accused him of physical and verbal abuse.

This is coming after the pair agreed to postpone a hearing that was scheduled for Tuesday, January 9, which caused the restraining order to be prolonged.

According to court documents obtained by Us Weekly, the duo’s next court date is set for July 16, which is when the restraining order will now expire.

The paperwork noted that Palmer, 30, and Jackson's decision to move the hearing was made because they are “engaged in mediation" with a private judge.

Palmer initially requested a restraining order in November 2023, claiming in her petition that she had security footage from an incident earlier that month in which Jackson, 29, “trespassed" into her home and “threatened” her. He allegedly lunged toward Palmer before "striking" her and "throwing" her over the couch.

In legal documents obtained by Us, Palmer claimed “many instances of physical violence” took place throughout her two-year romance with Jackson. Palmer, who shares 9-month-old son Leodis with Jackson, confirmed in her filing that she ended their relationship in October 2023 due to "the physical and emotional abuse inflicted” upon her.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge subsequently granted Palmer’s temporary restraining order. The court ordered Jackson to stay 100 yards away from both Palmer and their child. Jackson was also prohibited from having visitation rights.

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