A judge Wednesday signed a “family violence” protective order, barring Lil Scrappy from being within 100 yards of Erica Dixon for the next year after she told the court he assaulted her as they filmed LHHATL.
Dixon got temporary custody of their daughter, Emani, 10, and Scrappy, has to enroll in a “family violence intervention program” within the next three weeks.
Dixon said in court docs, that Scrappy “aggressively attempted to attack me and had to be restrained on several occasions. During a scheduled work related filming, the respondent became enraged during a conversation while attempting to attack me and further throwing an object at me.”
Erica told the judge that she’s scared of what Scrappy might do.
“Although we meet to exchange custody of our daughter, I am extremely uncomfortable doing so after his erratic behavior,” Dixon said in court papers, adding that she believes Scrappy will hurt her if he finds out her new address.
According to Bossip, Erica is asking that the court award her sole custody of Emani and require Scrappy to have a court-approved monitor in order to spend time with their daugher.
Erica also wants Scrappy to get tested for drugs and alcohol and go to rehab.
The two are due back in court next week.