Ambyr Childers seeks restraining order against ex-husband Randall Emmett.
Emmett had a restraining order against him that he received in January, but after Childers left him there, Emmett violated it by contacting her and trying to have another child with her. Emmett also tried to get custody of Childers’ daughter from Childers and failed. Childers has filed a petition for contempt against him.
The restraining order was issued because Emmett, who is an officer in the Air Force, was at Childers’ home last November. Childers, who was 19 at the time, was not there at the time and he became upset when he learned that. Childers told him to leave. He ignored her and got on his motorcycle and was riding around as if he were driving toward Childers’ home with the intention of attacking or attempting to attack Childers. Childers said that she called the police and when she returned back, Emmett was still there. She told Emmett that she would go to court and have him removed. He tried to make a call from the police station from where he was. Childers then got on her motorcycle and left the home.
In a previous motion hearing, Emmett admitted that he contacted Childers through Facebook and tried to get a restraining order against her, but was unsuccessful.
Emmett, who is currently an officer in the Air Force, also violated a restraining order he had against Childers when he tried to have another child with her, according to the petition for contempt.
The petition for contempt further states that Emmett violated Childers’ restraining order by contacting her and trying to have another child with her.
Emmett, who has been accused by Childers of domestic violence in the past, also told Childers that they were going to try to get custody of Childers’ daughter from Childers and that he was going to try to have the other daughter.
Childers told police that Emmett called her on Feb. 2 at a hotel and asked her to go to the airport with him and take