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Restraining order against Anthony Michael Hall dismissed

Press Trust of India  |  Los Angeles 

A restraining order filed against "The Breakfast Club" star Anthony Michael Hall has been dismissed after the plaintiff failed to show up in court.

The 48-year-old actor has been involved in a long-running dispute with his neighbour over a shared gate for their condominiums.



Hall was investigated by police in early September after one of their angry confrontations, during which the other resident fell to the ground, was caught on camera.

He filed papers for a restraining order, claiming Hall had shoved him to the ground, causing him to break his wrist and injure his back, and his request was granted on a temporary basis, reported TMZ.

The case returned to to determine whether the protective order should be extended, but the judge overseeing the dispute threw out the request after the neighbour missed the hearing.

As a result, Hall is no longer legally bound to stay away from the plaintiff.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Restraining order against Anthony Michael Hall dismissed

A restraining order filed against "The Breakfast Club" star Anthony Michael Hall has been dismissed after the plaintiff failed to show up in court. The 48-year-old actor has been involved in a long-running dispute with his neighbour over a shared gate for their Los Angeles condominiums. Hall was investigated by police in early September after one of their angry confrontations, during which the other resident fell to the ground, was caught on camera. He filed court papers for a restraining order, claiming Hall had shoved him to the ground, causing him to break his wrist and injure his back, and his request was granted on a temporary basis, reported TMZ. The case returned to court to determine whether the protective order should be extended, but the judge overseeing the dispute threw out the request after the neighbour missed the hearing. As a result, Hall is no longer legally bound to stay away from the plaintiff. A restraining order filed against "The Breakfast Club" star Anthony Michael Hall has been dismissed after the plaintiff failed to show up in court.

The 48-year-old actor has been involved in a long-running dispute with his neighbour over a shared gate for their condominiums.

Hall was investigated by police in early September after one of their angry confrontations, during which the other resident fell to the ground, was caught on camera.

He filed papers for a restraining order, claiming Hall had shoved him to the ground, causing him to break his wrist and injure his back, and his request was granted on a temporary basis, reported TMZ.

The case returned to to determine whether the protective order should be extended, but the judge overseeing the dispute threw out the request after the neighbour missed the hearing.

As a result, Hall is no longer legally bound to stay away from the plaintiff.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Restraining order against Anthony Michael Hall dismissed

A restraining order filed against "The Breakfast Club" star Anthony Michael Hall has been dismissed after the plaintiff failed to show up in court.

The 48-year-old actor has been involved in a long-running dispute with his neighbour over a shared gate for their condominiums.

Hall was investigated by police in early September after one of their angry confrontations, during which the other resident fell to the ground, was caught on camera.

He filed papers for a restraining order, claiming Hall had shoved him to the ground, causing him to break his wrist and injure his back, and his request was granted on a temporary basis, reported TMZ.

The case returned to to determine whether the protective order should be extended, but the judge overseeing the dispute threw out the request after the neighbour missed the hearing.

As a result, Hall is no longer legally bound to stay away from the plaintiff.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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