The emergency protection order that was filed against Rajon Rondo last month after he was accused of pulling a gun on the mother of his kids has been dismissed, TMZ Sports has confirmed.
A judge ordered the dismissal of the petition on June 16, according to court records.
Court documents show the reason for the move was Rondo and his accuser, Ashley Bachelor, “reached an agreement.” No further details surrounding the pact were revealed.
As we reported, the emergency protection order was initially filed on May 13 after Bachelor claimed Rondo became enraged after she interrupted a video game session between the NBA player and his son in Kentucky on May 11.
Rondo allegedly smashed a bunch of items around the house … and, according to court documents, told Bachelor “You’re dead” before leaving the residence.
Bachelor claimed Rondo eventually came back with a gun, scaring her and their kids.
Bachelor was eventually granted protection for herself and her two children, and Rondo had to temporarily stay at least 500 feet away from Ashley and their kids.
We’ve reached out to Rondo for comment on the case’s disposition, but so far, no word back yet.