As we previously reported, 50 Cent recently filled a lawsuit against his ex Shaniqua Tompkins for defamation because she kept making comments implicating that the G-Unit CEO was the one who started the fire at the Long Island home [watch her being served]. Now Tompkins applied for, and obtained a temporary restraining order against 50 Cent. The order requires 50 to keep distance from the mother of his child requires 50 to pick up and drop off his son during viists at "curb side." Tompkins talked to the media while leaving court, where she talked about the restraining order and her history with 50 [watch here].
50 Cent was previously ordered by a New York judge that he must hold onto the Long Island home that burned down until legal disputes between him and his ex were finished.
50's Ex Gets Served With Lawsuit, Talks Restraining Order