Things are getting NASTY in the David Hasselhoff divorce. It has been revealed in unsealed court documents that his estranged wife, Pamela Bach, is claiming that, “In the past, he has broken my nose and called me ‘whore’, ‘cuntt’, ‘bitch’, ‘slut’ and ‘drug addict’ in front of our children.” She also claims that she’s had to hire a security guard after he threatened to “break through my security gate, drive his car through the house, beat the door down and go into the house and take my jewellery and sell it.” Those are big accusations. I wonder if his long battle with alcohol and drugs has anything to do with the alleged behavior.
A judge has issued a temporary restraining order requiring David Hasselhoff to stay away from his estranged wife, according to court papers unsealed this week. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark A. Juhas signed the order March 6 ordering the former “Baywatch” star to stay at least 100 yards from actress Pamela Bach except for “peaceful contacts related to court ordered visitation” of one their two teenage daughters.
Bach, 42, has custody of one daughter while Hasselhoff, 53, has custody of the other. Juhas scheduled a hearing for April 4 to decide whether to extend the order to three years.
In her request for the order, Bach claimed instances of domestic violence in December and February. In one incident, police officers were summoned but didn’t give Bach an emergency protective order, according to court documents.
Hasselhoff’s publicist said the actor “categorically denies” Bach’s allegations but declined to elaborate. “Out of consideration for his children, which, as always, remains his paramount concern, he is not going to discuss this publicly,” said publicist Judy Katz.