“Modern Family” singer Sarah Hyland has performed a confining sequence opposite her ex-boyfriend after he allegedly choked and threatened to kill her, justice annals show.
A Los Angeles County decider expelled a sequence days before her ex, 24-year-old Matthew Prokop, was due to be expelled from rehab. She purported in justice annals that a rehab center’s executive warned her to “seek this sequence immediately due to Mr. Prokop’s mental state and opinion toward me.”
During a pair’s 4-year relationship, a 23-year-old actress, who portrays Haley Dunphy in a ABC sitcom, purported that Prokop regularly abused her verbally and physically.
Superior Court Judge Andrea C. Thompson postulated a sequence Sept. 19 that forbids Prokop from being within 100 yards of Hyland, her home, her workplace and her vehicle.
Hyland’s attorney, Lee Sherman, pronounced that his customer would not publicly plead a matter and that “the papers filed pronounce for themselves.”
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Prokop, an actor, could not be reached for comment. Court papers prove that Hyland did not give him notice of a Sept. 19 justice conference since she feared he would apply her before a hearing.
Hyland purported in her ask for a confining sequence that Prokop regularly called her a slut, a prostitute and other profanities in private and public.
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In May, she alleged, Prokop pinned a 5-foot-2-inch singer opposite a automobile doorway during an evidence over a garments she was wearing. “He began called me sinister names,” she wrote. When she asked him to stop, Prokop grabbed her shoulder and “slammed my behind into a side of a car,” notwithstanding meaningful that she had a story of kidney problems, she wrote in a justice document. The singer wrote she struggled to get giveaway though he outweighed her by 50 pounds.
“Once he had me pinned opposite a car, he placed both hands around my throat and began to throttle me,” she wrote. “His hold was so parsimonious that we could not breathe. He would not let go.”
She pronounced she kicked him and pennyless free, according to a justice document.
“I was going to call a police, though he apologized, swore it would never occur again and begged me not to call a police, so we did not,” she wrote.
She pronounced a attack left her with an harmed throat, a request said.
The singer pronounced in a months that followed she attempted to finish a attribute as she became increasingly “scared for my personal safety.” Hyland wrote that on Aug. 16 she asked her work colleagues, including Julie Bowen, a singer who plays her mom on a TV show, to come to her home to “intervene and assistance me peacefully finish a relationship.”
Hyland wrote that Prokop “ran outward into a backyard and began screaming.” He allegedly told Bowen that he wanted to make Hyland so miserable that “she would take a shotgun and kill” herself, according to Hyland’s stipulation seeking a confining order. The same day, Prokop threatened to bake down her residence and pronounced if she didn’t concede him to collect adult his effects she would never see her dog again, a request said.
Hyland purported that Prokop bombarded her with sinister and melancholy texts and voice mails. The day before he entered rehab, she alleged, they met quickly and he deleted all a texts after grabbing her phone.
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