Camille Grammer: Grand Jury Didn’t Indict ExBy: Kimberly Ripley - May 30, 2014
Camille Grammer is “shocked and disappointed” that a grand jury didn’t indict ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos on felony assault charges following his assault on her in a Houston hotel room last year. Charalambopoulos appeared in front of a Texas grand jury this week but they didn’t believe there was enough evidence for a conviction if the case went to trial. He was still charged, however.
“I was just shocked. I’m very disappointed,” the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star told E! News.
Grammer was initially granted a temporary restraining order against her former boyfriend immediately following the attack. From there she secured a three-year restraining order against him. That was granted in January.
Camille Grammer hasn’t experienced the best set of circumstances in recent years. Her very public, bitter divorce and from Frasier star Kelsey Grammer–and the accompanying custody fight– were difficult enough. Then she was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. That was discovered last October and by January she had completed a course of both radiation and chemotherapy. It was shortly thereafter that Dimitri Charalambopoulos allegedly assaulted her.
Despite this week’s set back with the grand jury, Camille Grammer is maintaining a positive outlook.
“That said,” she said of the grand jury’s decision, “I’m just so happy I’m in remission. I got a really good report from my doctor and that’s the most important thing. “We’ll see what happens next. I am disappointed, but I’m going to put it in the past and move on.”
She also has loads of support from her Twitter followers.
Remaining positive is important for everyone and has been proven to be especially important for those fighting serious diseases like cancer. Camille Grammer’s attitude is definitely a strong and positive one–not only with regard to this week’s court decision, however. Back in March she sounded determined to beat the odds in all facets of her life. She tweeted some incredibly positive sentiments that she no doubt still stands by today.
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