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Christine Quinn Accuses Ex Christian Dumontet of Violating Restraining Order By Using a Spy

June 6th, 2024

The ‘Selling Sunset’ alum alleges Dumontet sent someone to spy on her at her private residence

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Christine Quinn; Christian Dumontet

Christine Quinn has accused her estranged husband Christian Dumontet of violating a temporary restraining order placed against him by allegedly having an acquaintance snoop around the home where she and the couple’s son reside.

On Wednesday, June 5, the Selling Sunset alum, 35, alleged that Dumontet (who also goes by Christian Richard) “willfully violated” the terms of his temporary domestic violence restraining order.

In a court filing obtained by PEOPLE, Quinn’s attorney provided video doorbell footage of “an unknown man” at their former shared residence she’s currently living in on May 27. Per court documents, the same individual was observed leaving with Dumontet from a court appearance on Tuesday, June 4.

<p>Image Press Agency/NurPhoto/Shutterstock</p> Christine Quinn and Christian Richard<p>Image Press Agency/NurPhoto/Shutterstock</p> Christine Quinn and Christian Richard

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Christine Quinn and Christian Richard

Dumontet was previously instructed “to stay at least 100 yards away” from the marital residence he shared with Quinn after he was arrested twice in March in connection with a domestic violence incident involving their son at their Los Angeles-area home.

“Mr. Dumontet sent an agent on his behalf to the property to effectively spy on Mrs. Quinn,” the court document alleges of the May 27 incident.

Related: Christine Quinn’s Husband Arrested Again for Allegedly Violating Restraining Order After Domestic Incident

The Netflix alum was notified of the individual’s presence after receiving “an alert on her cell phone that a person was on her property.”

Quinn was not home at the time, but had recently installed video surveillance at her property “to ensure that Mr. Dumontet and his agents abided by the terms of the DVRO — to stay 100 yards away.”

<p>Gilbert Flores/WWD via Getty</p> Christian Richard and Christine Quinn, March 2023<p>Gilbert Flores/WWD via Getty</p> Christian Richard and Christine Quinn, March 2023

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Christian Richard and Christine Quinn, March 2023

“She watched an unknown man live from her phone application snooping around her garage and in front of her pool. He was located in an area of the property that was not available to the public. Mrs. Quinn did not recognize the person to be associated with Mr. Dumontet; he was a complete stranger,” the document states.

Quinn claims she was left “terrified” by the incident. Though she did not file a police report, she was still in possession of the doorbell video.

On Tuesday, Quinn observed the same individual walking with Dumontet as both individuals were photographed together in pictures published by Us Weekly.

<p>Frank Vasquez/London Entertainment/Shutterstock</p> Christine Quinn with husband Christian Richard, March 2022<p>Frank Vasquez/London Entertainment/Shutterstock</p> Christine Quinn with husband Christian Richard, March 2022

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Christine Quinn with husband Christian Richard, March 2022

Dumontet had been leaving his arraignment in Downtown Los Angeles in connection to child abuse of his 3-year-old son and assault against Quinn.

“Upon review of the US Weekly article, Mrs. Quinn immediately recognized the May 27, 2024, trespasser in the photographs. The trespasser was photographed next to Mr. Dumontet, wearing the EXACT SAME outfit that he was wearing when he trespassed,” the document states.

Related: Christine Quinn Claims Husband Locked Security Gate, Turned off Wifi to Trap Her and Their Son in Home

“There is no dispute that this trespasser is an agent and/or associate of Mr. Dumontet.”

The luxury realtor alleges “the May 27, 2024, trespassing is a clear violation of the DVRO by Mr. Dumontet and constitutes contempt of court. Mr. Dumontet knew he was not permitted to be at the property, and sent his agent there to spy on Mrs. Quinn nonetheless.”

Dumontet’s attorney, Alexandra Kazarian with Geragos and Geragos, sent a response to PEOPLE following Wednesday’s filing.

“This pattern of wild, seemingly paranoid allegations against Mr. Dumontet evidences an obsession that is highlighted by Ms. Quinn’s multiple filings alleging that she has been unable to locate him and has not heard from him since March,” Kazarian wrote.

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At this time, Quinn is not pressing contempt charges, but claims she will if the unwanted visits continue.

“Mr. Dumontet is forcing Mrs. Quinn and their son out of the marital home by fear of strange men coming and going as they please. She does not feel safe living there. Thus, Mrs. Quinn will set a future hearing date should these violations continue,” the filing adds.

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