Nicole Eggert has come up empty in her attempt to get an order of protection against Scott Baio's crisis manager after a judge ruled there was not enough evidence to grant the order ... but Nicole is not giving up just yet.
As The Blast first reported, Eggert was granted a TRO against Brian Glicklich, who works for Baio. Glicklich was ordered to keep 100 yards away from Eggert, her two daughters, and her 81-year-old mother.
But Glicklich fought back and claimed Eggert was the one conducting the harassment and accused her of “actively encouraging the hacker group, 'Anonymous,' to attack" Glicklich and Baio.
Glicklich argued the restraining order was completely unnecessary and wanted Eggert to be on the hook for any legal fees.
While siding with him on the TRO, a judge denied Glicklich's attempt to sanction Nicole.
Sources close to Eggert claim she will go back and gather evidence and plans to re-file.
Glicklich tells The Blast, "Nicole Eggert lied about DJ Lethal, she lied about Scott Baio, and she lied about me. [Monday], her meritless request for a restraining order was vacated and dismissed."