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In September 2017, she filed a $1 million lawsuit accusing her ex-boyfriend Ryan Phillippe of beating her up the previous July 4.
And on Sunday, according to TheBlast.com, Elsie Hewitt is seeking all information held by the Los Angeles Police Department regarding past domestic violence accusations made against the actor.
Court - Documents - Hewitt - Records - Orders
Court documents reveal that Hewitt, 22, wants any records relating to restraining orders and police reports including any accusations made by 44-year-old Phillippe's former fiance Pauling Slagter, TheBlast.com reports.
Phillippe and Slagter were together for almost six years when they split in November 2016 just 10 months after getting engaged.
Part - Phillippe - Hewitt - Right - Access
For his part Phillippe is insisting that Hewitt has no right to access any records involving him.
Hewitt wants the judge in the case to allow her to obtain the LAPD records and is asking for Phillippe to be sanctioned $5,560.
Development - Litigation - Judge - Penalty - Actor
It's the latest development in the ongoing litigation which saw the judge impose a $790 penalty on the actor for missing December 28 deadline to turn over all communications relevant to Hewitt's lawsuit.
Back in October, he was also sanctioned $1,580 for not handing over all relevant text messages between himself and his ex-wife Reese Witherspoon, according to The Blast.
Phillipp - Witherspoon - Movie - Cruel - Intentions
Phillipp and Witherspoon, who starred together in the 1999 movie Cruel Intentions, were married for eight years before divorcing in 2007. They share two children - daughter Ava, 19, and son Deacon, 15.
The Big Little Lies star has since remarried to talent agent Jim Toth with whom she has...
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