Ryan Phillippe Says That Ex-Girlfriend’s Assault Allegations are Untrue

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Ryan Phillippe has reacted to Elsie Hewitt’s attack claim, calling the allegations “utterly false” and an “unjustified attempt to extort money from Phillippe, and to gain publicity for herself and her modeling career.”

In archives acquired by E! News, the performer depicted Hewitt’s cases as “defamatory,” however isn’t countersuing for defamation. Rather, Philippe is requesting the case to be expelled.

Hewitt’s lawyer Keith A. Fink issued the accompanying explanation accordingly: “If the claims were defamatory why didn’t Mr. Phillipe sue Elsie for defamation like he claimed he would? How is there not ‘one shred of truth’ in her complaint?”

It proceeded, “There was an independent witness who supports Elsie. This witness spoke with Blast. The pictures confirm her injuries. The text messages corroborate her story. If Mr. Phillippe is such a feminist why did his ex-girlfriend seek a restraining order? This pleasing is amateur hour but the defense doesn’t have anything to work with here. I’m looking forward to Mr. Phillips’s [sic] deposition where he can under the penalty of perjury answer for his actions.”

Phillippe has likewise taken to Twitter to illuminate their relationship status, composing on the web, “to be clear: i have not had a ‘girlfriend’ for over a year now & have barely dated anyone since. any other labels or mis- characterizations, from media or gossips, related to anyone, briefly, connected to my personal life, are false. happy thanksgiving.”

Ryan Phillippe is creating an impression in light of ex Elsie Hewitt’s assault allegations.

“As a staunch advocate for the health, well-being and equality of women, Ryan is completely devastated that these false allegations have been made and circulated,” a rep for the actor tells E! News in a statement. “Domestic violence is an incredibly serious issue and fabricated and proven false claims should not be used to unjustly slander the falsely accused. The claims are false.”

Archives acquired by E! News demonstrate that Hewitt claims that on July 4 of this current year, Phillippe kicked, punched and tossed her down a flight of stars amid a battle.

Because of Phillippe’s announcement, Hewitt’s lawyer tells E! News, “The only thing Phillipe’s PR statement has right is the fact that domestic violence is a serious issue. The claim that he didn’t assault her is laughable. He must think the media a bunch of fools. She has photos of the serious cuts and bruises she suffered as a result of the assault. She has hospital records documenting her injuries. The police took a report of the assault and issued a restraining order. Her employer Paul Marciano at Guess can confirm her injuries as can her friend who witnessed the assault. Add to this any man who calls a woman a c— has serious animus towards women in general and would not be one championing the equality of women.”

In the mean time, a source near Phillippe tells E! News that, “There is no restraining order presently in force if any kind” and that there was a crisis defensive request which was ended a couple of days after the asserted occurrence.

The insider additionally asserts that, “Elsie showed up to Ryan’s house uninvited and under the influence a few days after he had broken up with her. She physically attached Ryan, caused a scene and refused to leave his home. As she was ejected from the premises, she claims she fell and injured herself.”

The source includes the police dismissed her cases and the city lawyer isn’t arraigning the case in light of their own free examination. The insider additionally includes that Hewitt has since attempted to look for retribution and distinction by sending charm shots of herself to media outlets with a bogus story of abusive behavior at home.

In light of this data, Hewitt’s lawyer lets us know, “Neither the police nor the city attorney rejected her claims. In fact the police filed a report and issued a restraining order. The City Attorney is investigating filing charges. She has not felt the need to get an additional restraining order. She rejected his overture to get back with him and since then he has not doing anything to necessitate seeking an additional restraining order. She texted him before coming to his house. She had the password to enter his house-he gave it to her. He was the one under the influence not Ms. Hewitt. She was the one who broke up with him. She has a witness that was present when he battered her. The witness saw him physically grab her and toss her down the stairs like a rag doll. The claim she tripped and fell is false and belied by the bruises on her body as well the witness.”

The LA City Attorney’s office representative tells E! News, “The City Attorney’s Office was referred this matter following an investigation by the LAPD. After a thorough review the matter was set for a City Attorney office hearing, during which both parties were present, detailed the incident, were advised on the law and given guidance as to how to avoid similar incidents in the future. No further action has been scheduled following our office hearing.”

The LA City lawyer representative included, “Our office reserves the right to file charges up to one year from the incident, but other than the office hearings, no further action is anticipated.”

A source additionally affirms that Phillippe has enlisted a legal counselor.