Attorneys representing Parvati and John recently attended a hearing at the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles, CA, and it was determined the temporary restraining order Parvati had been granted earlier this month no longer stands or is valid, Us Weeklyreported.
According to court records from the Monday hearing obtained by the magazine, "all temporary restraining orders, if any, are dissolved" due to "lack of prosecution."
Parvati, a four-timeSurvivor castaway and one-time winner, filed for divorce from John, a formerSurvivor: Samoa castaway, on August 24, listing May 15 as their date of separation.
And then on Friday, August 27, Parvati requested a restraining order to keep John at least 100 yards away from her and their three-year-old daughter, Ama, at all times, People reported.
Parvati, 38, had accused John, 38, of domestic violence, claiming he had been "physically and verbally aggressive" towards her on multiple occasions.
In the court documents Parvati had filed last month, Parvati reportedly asked that John not be able to contact her "in any way" or "harass, attack, strike, threaten, assault" her.
Parvati also requested John attend anger-management classes for his alleged aggressive behavior.
A judge later granted Parvati's request for a temporary restraining order, which was either going to expire or be extended on September 20 at the court hearing.
John had asked for a joint-custody agreement of Ama, but he was ultimately denied visitation until the September 20 hearing. John, however, was not forced to formally address his alleged anger management issues.
In their August 27 filings, Parvati and John documented drastically different accounts to the court about a specific domestic incident that had taken place on August 20 at a friend's house.
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The pair said they were arguing over whether Ama should sleep at the friend's home that evening and Parvati reportedly wrote in the filing that John told her, "I don't care about you. I hope you kill yourself. You can walk into traffic. You can jump off a cliff. I hope you put a gun in your mouth and blow your brains out."
Parvati alleged that her husband made her feel scared and unsafe when rage overwhelmed him, and she said he crossed a line, especially when she allegedly saw John "try to grab Ama" as she "wriggled away" from him due to her desire to stay at the friend's house.
As Parvati attempted to record John's behavior on her phone with Ama "less than one foot away" from her, she claimed her husband "lunged" at her, adding, "[John] grabbed my arm and wrestled my phone out of my hands and made a dash to the door."
Parvati said she called the police and authorities handcuffed John once they responded but did not arrest him. Parvati said she "did not want [John] to go to jail" since he's currently undergoing cancer treatments.
"John has acted in a similar manner in the past when there is no one else around to act as a buffer," Parvati alleged, according to People.
"There has been no escape for me when I am at home with him and he has these violent outbursts. I am so afraid for Ama's physical and emotional well-being given she hears and witnesses her dad screaming and being physically violent towards me."
John, however, had asked the court to deny Parvati's request for a restraining order when giving his own account of the events that unfolded on August 20.
In his response to Parvati's filing, John claimed the couple's argument only lasted for a few minutes and both individuals are at fault for raising their voices.
"Parvati was sitting on a couch during the argument. I was standing. At the end of the argument, I walked over to the couch where Parvati was sitting. I reached forward and grabbed Parvati's phone which was on the couch," John reportedly wrote.
"Parvati swung her arms and hands at me when I picked up her phone. Parvati hands touched my arm and my torso. I grabbed the phone and walked away, toward the front door of the house."
John also said he never unlocked Parvati's phone -- and that he placed the phone down on a table before walking away from the dispute.
"I heard Parvati say that she was calling the police," John continued, alleging that authorities "made no instructions" to him when they arrived on the scene and did not direct him to do anything.
"I did not hit, kick, push or in any other way have any physical contact with Parvati at any time on August, 20, 2021," John insisted in the filing.
Parvati reportedly cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for her split from John when she filed for divorce last month.
Parvati and John tied the knot in July 2017 after getting engaged in January of that year following about three years of dating.
Parvati initially auditioned to compete on The Amazing Race, and although she didn't make the cut for a season, CBS producers reportedly remembered her and then cast her on Survivor: Cook Islands.
After placing sixth on Survivor: Cook Islands, Parvati went on to winSurvivor: Micronesia -- Fans vs. Favorites, which aired in 2008.
She later competed onSurvivor: Heroes vs. Villains and finished as the runner-up.
Parvati once again returned to compete on the show's 40th season, Survivor: Winners at War.