“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Moniece Slaughter has been ordered to stay away from her own roommate and his dog after he claimed she made an ominous threat about giving the animal "something."
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the reality star's roommate, Sterling Coleman, accused Slaughter of kicking him and trying to lock him out of their home. He wrote, “she has kicked me. She keeps on coming into my room and taking my things as such as my rug, toothbrush, and even my bath towel.”
He claimed to have filmed Slaughter kicking him earlier this month.
In his filing, Coleman said Slaughter recently told him that she gave his dog something and, "I should watch him."
Coleman asked for Slaughter to be ordered to stay 150 yards away from him and his dog. The judge granted the petition but only for the reality star to stay away two yards, most likely because they live in the same home.
As The Blast previously reported, Slaughter was granted her own restraining order against Sterling Coleman earlier this month (though she didn't refer to him as her roommate).
Slaughter was granted a protective order for herself and her 9-year-old son, Kamron, who she had with her ex, B2K star Lil Fizz.
In her petition for a restraining order, Slaughter claimed she was introduced to Coleman by a mutual friend. After meeting him, she claims he began harassing her and became “extremely confrontational, aggressive, broke into my home.”
She claimed on February 1, Sterling “entered my kitchen while I was on ig live. He began yelling at me calling me a nasty b***h. He yelled at me after I told him to get out of my house, telling me, ‘F**k you im not going anywhere!’ He followed me around my kitchen, living room, and hallway while I was on the phone with my father. He left while I was in my backyard, he broke into my kitchen window.”
During their argument, she said he poured a glass of lemonade and then “he slammed a glass cup on my kitchen counter and the grass fragmented cutting my right index finger.” She claimed after he left, the man began calling her nonstop.
The judge granted the temporary restraining order prohibiting Sterling from coming within 100 yards of her or her son.
The two sides are due in court next month.