Charlie Sheen's ex-fiancée Brett Rossi was granted a temporary restraining order against the actor Friday.

People reports that the former porn star, whose real name is Scottine Ross, filed the restraining order after Sheen allegedly assaulted her and she obtained a recording in which he offered to pay $20,000 to have someone "kick her head in."

"Mr. Sheen choked Ms. Ross to the point of almost losing consciousness," and at one point he "repeatedly kicked Ms. Ross while she was on the ground," reads the restraining order obtained by People. It also details what Ross heard in the alleged recording. "This piece of sh-- needs to be f---ing buried" and, "Its treason. You know what treason is? It's punishable by death," Sheen is reported to have said. The Los Angeles Police Department opened an investigation into Sheen's threats on Wednesday.

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The recording falls in line with the claims made by National Enquirer editor Dylan Howard to The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. Howard penned a tell-all essay for the trade publication detailing his four-year friendship with Sheen and the extreme lengths the Two and a Half Men star went through to keep his HIV-positive status a secret.

Ross filed a lawsuit against Sheen in December for assault and emotional stress, claiming the actor never disclosed his HIV status to her. Sheen and his lawyer have denied the allegations.

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