Christina Ricci issues a deportation order for her husband after he physically abused her
The “40-year-old American actress” Christina Richie has filed a case against her husband, James Heerdegen, on charges of physical assault on her, and presented to the court evidence of her accusation, which are pictures of severe, horrific bruises on the palm of her hand, wrist, and arms, and Christina Richie said, that these injuries As a result of her husband James Heerdegen’s assault on her during the lockdown, she found herself trapped in her home with a violent husband.
Christina Ricci, who represents her in the case, lawyer Samantha Spector, said that her husband, James Heerdegen, assaulted her on multiple occasions, which made her fearful for her safety and the safety of their 6-year-old son Freddy, according to the TMZ report.
During the hearing in Los Angeles, the court issued an injunction restricting her husband’s movement last Wednesday, and the court ordered the official decision of husband James Heerdegen to stay at least 100 yards away from his wife Christina Richie and their 6-year-old son Freddy, and not to contact them, according to TMZ and the British newspaper, Daily Mail.
According to the testimony of the heroine of the movie “Mothers and Daughters” Christina Richie “40 years”, who married James Heerdegen in 2013, that her husband Heerdegen began practicing domestic violence on her after an accident that occurred in December 2019, where he severely beat her, spat on her, and mocked her. Including imitating the voice of the pig, since this incident, she decided to end her marriage with him, and she was certain that their relationship had ended, so she filed a divorce case against him, but the outbreak of the Coronavirus and the effect of the general closure in Los Angeles and the State of California slowed the divorce case between them, and he ended up physically abusing her again in two incidents. Separate last June 2020.
In a subsequent attack, their 6-year-old son, Freddy, witnessed her husband’s violence against her. He saw him spitting on her, throwing a chair and a coffee at her.
She said that she felt that he might kill her one day, as her husband, Heerdegen, told her one day: “The only way he can feel sorry for me is if I have been cut into small pieces.” Based on this, she worried and hid all the knives and sharp tools in the house.
The husband’s defense
Larry Bachman, the husband’s lawyer, James Heerdegen, defended him, saying: “His client categorically denies all allegations of abuse made by his wife, Christina Richie, and claimed that they occurred in 2020.”
Heerdegen’s lawyer said that his client, James, intends to file a restraining order against his wife, Christina Richie, and will expose her abusive behavior resulting from alcohol and drug abuse, he said.