Karrueche Tran's Restraining Order Against Chris Brown Gets Extended

Karrueche Tran's domestic violence restraining order against Chris Brown was extended another three weeks Wednesday while she continues her quest to serve the "Run It" singer with paperwork.

A hearing in Santa Monica, Calif., to make the order permanent was postponed to May 8, her lawyer Patrick Blood said.

"Ms. Tran continues to want to get this matter put to rest," Blood told the Daily News. "She remains protected under the original order."

Brown, 27, has been traveling outside the state on tour — and was accused of punching a photographer at a Tampa nightclub early Monday.

The venue, AJA Channelside, said on Facebook that it was pursuing charges.

"Incidents like the ones caused by Chris Brown and his team are very sad to see. As everyone witnessed, he showed up to the club at around 1:30 a.m. After only a few minutes of being there, Chris Brown himself and his team assaulted our club photographer and proceeded to walk out of the venue," the nightclub said.

"Assault charges were pressed and we are dealing with the proper authorities accordingly."

Tran, meanwhile, has been working with a private process service to find Brown and serve him with her order.

The 28-year-old model claims Brown punched her in her stomach twice and pushed her down stairs during their relationship.

She also claimed Brown threatened to kill her.

"Around the second week of February, he told a few people that he was going to kill me," she claimed in her petition for the restraining order now covering both her and her family. "He said if no one else can have me, then he's gonna 'take me out.'"

The couple dated on and off between 2011 and 2015.

They broke up for good after it was revealed he had a child with another model, Nia Guzman, in 2014.


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