Christina Ricci Granted Emergency Protective Order Against Husband

Christina Ricci was granted an emergency protection order towards her husband, James Heerdegen, Us Weekly can solely reveal.

After the Los Angeles Police Division responded to a name to the 40-year-old actress’ Woodland Hills, California, residence on June 25, Ricci was granted an emergency protection order towards Heerdegen, prohibiting any contact between the spouses. The movie producer was not arrested.

“On 06/25/20, round 9:20 a.m., officers responded to a home battery radio name,” the LAPD PIO confirmed to Us, including “a report was accomplished.”

Ricci and Heerdegen, who share 5-year-old son Freddie, met on the set of the short-lived ABC sequence Pan Am in 2011 however didn’t begin courting till the next yr. Us broke the information of their engagement in 2013.

“It’s extra overwhelming than I believed it will be,” Ricci instructed Us in Could 2013 about planning her New York Metropolis nuptials. “The rumours are true: wedding ceremony planning is overwhelming.”

She added on the time that she wanted ahead to motherhood, telling Us, “I can’t wait to have our personal little world replete with small beings!”

Heerdegen, for his half, has seemingly by no means posted on his social media profile. The pair is presently following one another on the app, nonetheless.

Ricci has been open in recent times about how motherhood has modified her.

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“Marriage reveals you your flaws in the way you take care of issues and having a toddler force you to develop upon the velocity of sunshine. I’m a totally completely different individual than I used to be earlier than I had my baby,” the veteran actress instructed The Edit in 2017. “As a result of I used to be so celebrated for being a toddler, I believe I held onto that immaturity for a really very long time. It was the factor that made me particular. Then at a certain level, like 35, it’s not so particular to be immature.”

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