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Charlie Sheen's Former Fiancée Brett Rossi Has Been Granted A Longer Restraining Order Amid The Investigation Of Those Alleged Death Threats!

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Brett Rossi is breathing a sigh of relief.

On Friday, Charlie Sheen's former fiancée — whose real name is Scottine Ross — filed for a temporary restraining order against the actor, after an audio tape reportedly revealed he had threatened to have her killed.

That same day, a judge granted her request.

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Even though the porn star had recently obtained an emergency restraining order against her ex, the protection only lasted a few days.

With this new legal victory, the adult film actress' order won't expire until just before the end of the month.

According to the court docs, the gorgeous gal's lawyer claims her ex "choked Ms. Ross to the point of almost losing consciousness" and "repeatedly kicked Ms. Ross while she was on the ground."

The papers also allege that the 50-year-old's past lady love found out about the audio tape that supposedly captured the Two and a Half Men alum threatening her life.

On the recording, Charlie reportedly said:

"This piece of sh*t needs to be f*cking buried. I'd rather spend 20 grand to have her head kicked in."

Earlier this week, we learned that the scandalized celeb was the subject of a criminal investigation, and Brett's attorney John C. Taylor later confirmed that she was involved in the case, explaining that she had gone to the cops over the alleged threats:

"She takes this very seriously. She intends to do everything she can to protect herself."

All of this comes a few months after the beauty sued the thespian for allegedly lying to her about being HIV-positive.

A hearing is scheduled for April 28 — when Brett's new restraining order expires — so a judge can decide if it will be extended.

It the magistrate rules in her favor, the legal protection could last up to a few years.

[Image via Brett Rossi/Instagram.]

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