Country singer Sara Evans has been granted a temporary injunction against her ex-husband.
In a ruling Monday, a judge barred Evans' ex-husband, Craig Schelske, from making any public statments about his wife or the reasons behind their 2007 divorce. Evans petitioned for, and was granted, a temporary restrainging order last month against her estranged husband. Schelske made comments about his divorce from Evans while testifying in front of the Tennessee Legislature about a proposed child custody bill, in a hearing that was broadcast live on Nashville radio last month.
Williamson County Judge James G. Martin III, in addtion to the injunction, ordered Schelske to pay damages to Evans, which will be determined by an arbitrator. The couple divorced in 2007 and the accord reached between the further spouses includes a confidentiality agreement.
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