Friday, January 4, 2019

Danielle Staub Gets Second Restraining Order Against Estranged Husband Marty Caffrey, Cops Remove Him From Their Home!

The divorce drama between Danielle Staub and her estranged husband Marty Caffrey continues. It's been reported that on Thursday, police removed Caffrey from the New Jersey home they used to share.

According to PEOPLE, earlier in the day, an N.J. court granted Staub, 56, a temporary 10-day restraining order for her and her two daughters Jillian (20) and Christine (24) against Caffrey. Staub had filed a complaint with Englewood, New Jersey, police on Wednesday night.

Details of Staub’s latest order are being kept private by the court, but a source reveal that Staub is alleging emotional torment from Caffey, alleging that Marty purposely loosened light bulbs, locked her out of the house, cut off the power and hot water and emptied out their refrigerator.

“It seems like this is his hobby now,” the source told PEOPLE. “He has a second residence nearby, but she is trapped there with nowhere to go.” The source also claims that Staub is the one pushing to settle the divorce: “She just wants it to be over, but he wants to keep tormenting her”

The source adds that Caffrey may have been unaware of the order when Staub called authorities to their home asked to have it enforced on Thursday. Police waited for Caffrey to pack his belongings before escorting him off the property, the insider says.

Staub's rep confirmed that “Danielle was granted a temporary restraining order against her husband to ensure her safety. He must vacate the marital residence.”

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