Tyrese says the restraining order his ex-wife filed against him should be dismissed immediately because the allegations of abuse are not against her.
Tyrese's attorney filed documents, obtained by The Blast, stating there are no grounds for Norma Gibson to file a domestic violence restraining order against him because any of the allegations of abuse against his ex-wife are in the past.
He says all of the current claims in the filing have to do with their 10-year-old daughter and says the restraining order is only valid if the allegations of domestic violence are made by the person seeking protection.
Tyrese says Norma has been trying to use alleged evidence of past abusive behavior to justify why her current claim for custody and a permanent restraining order is required.
The "Fast and the Furious" star also says Norma Gibson is claiming he abused their daughter because she's only interested in seeking sole custody of the child.
As we previously reported, the ex-couple has been locked in a courtroom all week hashing out the restraining order. Yesterday, while Norma was being cross-examined about keeping their daughter from Tyrese, we're told he began to cry.
After court, Tyrese claims he was experiencing chest pains and checked himself into the hospital to be evaluated. He was released a short time later.