Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images file photoCamille Grammer was granted a restraining order against Dimitri Charalambopoulos.

Camille Grammer gets restraining order

Camille Grammer can't get a break.

In the wake of being dumped by Kelsey Grammer, she fell into the arms of handsome Dimitri Charalambopoulos – but she recently was granted a restraining order against the alleged rogue with the long name.

The former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star posted tweets this week accusing an unnamed person of abusing her days after she had surgery for cancer. We now know the person she is accusing is Char – dang, let's just call him Dimitri.

According to Radar, he allegedly grabbed her by the head and repeatedly slammed it into the bed and headboard, “pulling out chunks of her hair.”

She also accused him of restricting her airflow with his hand. “This man belongs behind bars,” she tweeted. If it's true, then Taylor Armstrong and Adrienne Maloof are no longer the only women who have been abused on “RHOBH.”

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