Ryan Phillippe's Ex-Girlfriend Says He Physically Abused Her
In a shocking new report, the ex-girlfriend of Hollywood actor, Ryan Phillippe, is claiming the Cruel Intentions star beat and threw her down the stairs. At this point, it's he-said-she-said, as both parties have completely different stories.
A representative for the actor said, "As a staunch advocate for the health, well-being, and equality of women," Ryan is shocked by the allegations and claims they are demonstrably false.
Just yesterday, E! News reported Hewitt filed a $1 million lawsuit against Phillippe alleging battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress.
The publication said that Hewitt stated on the 4th of July this year, Phillipe kicked, punched, and threw her down a flight of stairs during a fight.
Hewitt's lawyer claims that his statement is "laughable," as the police and himself have medical records on file as well as eye-witness testimony of the assault.
They also claim there was a restraining order against Phillippe. However, Ryan's team claims there was never a restraining order in place.
Paul Marciano, her employer at Guess, allegedly can confirm her injuries as can her friend who apparently witnessed the incident take place.
An insider on the other side of the story claimed that Elsie Hewitt showed up to Ryan's house drunk after he had broken up with her.
She wouldn't leave and turned violent when he tried to escort her out of his home. Hewitt had to be escorted off the property because she was so vile and aggressive.
According to E! News, the publication was able to obtain a statement from the City Attorney's office of Los Angeles.
In their report, a spokesperson claimed, "we were referred this matter following an investigation by the LAPD. After a thorough review, the case was set for a City Attorney office hearing, during which both parties were present, detailed the incident, were advised on the law and given guidance as to how to avoid similar incidents in the future. No further action has been scheduled following our office hearing." The spokesperson claimed, "no further action is anticipated."