UPDATE: Raquel Leviss’ momentary limiting order versus Scheana Shay has actually formally been dropped.
Raquel’s ask for a limiting order versus her co-star was released by the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles County on March 29, according to the court file acquired by E!News The minute order mentioned that all momentary limiting orders were liquified and the case was dismissed without bias.
Raquel Leviss is prepared to move past her legal drama with Scheana Shay.
Just one day after recording the Vanderpump Rules reunion, the Bravo star verified her legal group is acting to drop the momentary limiting order versus her co-star.
“My attorney took my case off the court calendar Wednesday and is filing the appropriate paperwork requested by the court today to dismiss the TRO from moving forward after the 29th,” Raquel informed E! News March24 “We let the court know I will not be moving forward with a permanent restraining order. My team tried to work with Scheana on a mutually beneficial agreement hoping to get the TRO dropped earlier so we could film together.”
According to Raquel (born Rachel), the TRO was “intended to provide a cooling-off period after I was punched, but I didn’t want to continue with the permanent RO nor did I want to cause Scheana further agony and stress.”
E! News has actually connected to Scheana’s attorney for remark and hasn’t heard back.