Looks like 90 Day Fiancé star Tasha Rosenbrook has found herself in even more legal hot water. According to court documents obtained by In Touch, Eric Rosenbrook‘s daughter is now facing a second restraining order granted against her. On Monday, June 10, a 22-year-old petitioner was granted a temporary “harassment restraining order” just months after Tasha’s stepmother, Leida Margaretha, was granted her own restraining order against the TLC star. Check out the gallery to get all the details on Tasha’s legal drama.
Tasha, 20, is the respondent in a court case filed by a 22-year-old petitioner that In Touch has chosen to keep anonymous. On Monday, June 10, the petitioner was granted a temporary restraining order against the 90 Day Fiancé star.
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The restraining order was granted on the basis of harassment, and on June 21, there will be a follow-up injunction hearing, where Tasha will be given the opportunity to contest the order.
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At injunction hearings, the petitioner and respondent both have the opportunity to present evidence to support their claims, including text messages, emails, voicemails or personal testimony.
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Tasha likely knows the drill. Back in February, her step-mom, Leida, was granted a four-year restraining order against her. The legal order banned the 20-year-old from using social media to antagonize her dad’s 29-year-old wife.
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However, Tasha is still legally allowed to have contact with her father. That seems unlikely, though, considering the fact that Eric is the one who helped Leida fill out the paperwork for the order.
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Caught in the Middle
“Yes, I did fill it out,” he exclusively confirmed to In Touch in March 2019. “Only because she didn’t know what to do, not because I agreed with the choice to file it.”
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Eric also explained what led to the legal battle. “Leida had a major anxiety attack when Tasha started talking about responding to our olive branch,” the 40-year-old said. “The way she said it in her announcement implied she wasn’t going to respond positively about it.”
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In January, Leida issued a public apology to her step-daughter. “Tell her I am sorry … for what I’ve done to her,” she wrote. “She doesn’t need to talk to me. But I am open if she wants my help.”
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Eric seemed to think his daughter was about to lash out in response — and the “death threats” he said Leida was receiving from fans of his daughter meant that she was put in “another anxiety situation [that] caused her serious health issues.”
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The father seemed to blame his daughter for part of that. “I was, and am still holding on to the hope that Tasha will wake up to what she is doing and the harm she has [caused] and is causing,” he said.
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“While I disagreed with the restraining order, I did agree and feel that maybe it was the only option at this time as Leida needs to be free of the hate mail and death threats in order for her to recover,” he continued.
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“Tasha’s own behavior during the hearing was the primary driving factor in the judge granting the restraining order,” he said. “Her attitude, words and expressions in the courtroom was the determining factor in the [four] years being granted.”
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He also claimed that Tasha’s fans had started harassing the judge in the case, too. “Whether this is true or not, I haven’t confirmed, but was suspect in the recent denial for relief from the order by the judge.”
Tasha’s roommate explained that the TLC star didn’t “have the money” the challenge Leida’s assertions, which would mean appealing to a state court instead of a county court. “I’m not happy about it. I’m not withdrawing because I want to,” Tasha said.
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Though the star wanted the restraining order removed from her record so that it wouldn’t show up on background checks for jobs or apartment applications, she eventually had to give up. “It’s just a mess,” she said.
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“It’s going to cost thousands of dollars for the new retainer if I wanted to reopen the case and then it’s going to cost who knows how much more for a new lawyer too,” the 20-year-old explained. “It’s just not worth my mental health anymore.”