Nicolas Cage’s Ex Accuses Him Of Assault In Denied Restraining Order Request
Nicolas Cage’s ex-girlfriend is accusing him of abusing her while he was “severely intoxicated.”
In court docs that came as part of a restraining order filed against the actor’s estranged wife, Alice Kim, Vickie Park claimed that Cage abused her at the SLASH Film Festival in Vienna on September 20.
Park claims the actor was “severely intoxicated at the time” and blames the alleged behavior on his “mental illness.” She said in the docs:
“I am already aware [of] his alcohol addiction, depression and mental illness as his mother is also currently still facilitated in mental ward.”
Park claimed that this abuse stemmed from Cage’s strained relationship with his ex Alice, continuing:
“I am afraid and distressed from their toxic relationship being projected onto me — physically and mentally… Currently they are in a divorce battle where she is requesting more than $30 to 40,000 dollars a month solely for herself without signing a contract without documenting how much of the money is going to their son, Kal.”
The woman, who started dating Cage in June 2017, now says she’s “deathly afraid” to leave her house because the Mandy star’s ex allegedly “stalks my Instagram page which I now had to make private because I am afraid of her,” adding:
“[Kim] sends Nic messages about me — spreading lies and rumors about me all over Los Angeles and Las Vegas as well.”
A spokesperson for Cage denied all the accusations, telling Radar:
“Nicolas and Alice Cage categorically deny the absurd allegations listed in the filing of a temporary restraining order against Alice Cage, which was denied by the court.”
According to the judge’s findings, there is no evidence that anyone is currently in danger. Court docs state that Park’s claims “do not sufficiently show acts of violence, threats of violence, or a course of conduct that seriously alarmed, annoyed, or harassed [Vickie Park] and caused substantial emotional distress.”
The judge denied Park’s request for a restraining order until a hearing later this month.
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