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Camille Grammer completes chemotherapy and radiation for endometrial cancer


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/06/2014 

Camille Grammer has finished her cancer treatments after a rough couple of months.

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"I rang the bell at MD Anderson Cancer Center which marks that I have completed my Chemo and Radiation treatments. YAY," the former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 45, tweeted Friday along with a photo of herself and a medical professional.

Grammer underwent a "radical hysterectomy" in October to fight her early stage of endometrial cancer, according to Grammer's representative Howard Bragman, People reported.

Grammer got a restraining order against her ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos, 35, in October following an incident in which he allegedly bruised and battered her. The incident occurred on October 16 when Grammer was recovering from having surgery in a hotel room in Houston, TX, Hollywood Life reported.

In her police report, Grammer reportedly claimed Charalambopoulos had grabbed her by the hair, slammed her head into the bed's headboard, ripped out a clump of her hair, attempted to suffocate her, and tried to immobilize her -- all the while threatening her not to call for help.



(Photo credit Bravo)


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