Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer has filed new legal documents in her bid to get the temporary restraining order against Dimitri Charalambopoulos, made permanent. New information also reveals that Charalambopulos is really a personal trainer, not a lawyer like he was claiming to be. Two weeks ago, Camille was granted an emergency protective order against her ex-boyfriend, Dimitri, who lives in Texas. RadarOnline has uncovered new documents, revealing Dimitri is actually a personal trainer who was seeking clients in Malibu to invest in a company, Wellnetix.
In court documents, a sworn declaration submitted by Jeremy Larner, an “entrepreneur” said in 2011, while living in Malibu, he paid Charalambopoulos $10K for sixty days of “personal training and nutrition consulting services.” According to several declarations, Charalambopoulos asked several of his Malibu based clients to invest in Wellnetix, a health and wellness company. Both Larner, and Andrew Horton, another client of Charalambopoulos’s, declined to invest.
Larry Stein, who is Camille’s high powered attorney, explains her reasoning for wanting a permanent restraining order, ”Ms. Grammer has been traveling back and forth between California and Texas in connection with her treatment for cancer. She anticipates that those treatments will end around the first full week in January, and that at time, she will permanently return to California (where she resides) and seeks permanent protection on behalf of herself and her children from Mr. Charalambopoulos, especially in California.”
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