ACE FREHLEY's Estranged Girlfriend Gets Restraining Order Against Former KISS Guitarist

November 28, 2019

According to TMZ, Ace Frehley's estranged girlfriend was granted a temporary restraining order against the original KISS guitarist after an alleged frightening incident at their house.

Rachael Gordon, who claims she has been in a relationship with Ace for 11 years, says in the documents that he returned home from a business trip unannounced and barged in with a male and a female bodyguard, along with his daughter, Monique. He allegedly refused to talk to Gordon as he went into his office to collect his guitars and gold records. According to Rachael, the female guard threatened her with physical violence and Monique screamed at her, "You are a skank. My family will kill you." Gordon claims the incident left her "in shock, afraid, filled with anxiety" and "paralyzed with fear."

In his own legal documents, Frehley claims the accusations against him are "unfounded, false, and baseless" and he's requesting to introduce the testimonies of seven witnesses he believes will support dismissing the restraining order.

In her documents, Gordon also claims Ace controls their finances and she is asking for money to cover the rent and deposits on their home, moving expenses, and the costs of their vehicles. She also wants him to cover her legal fees.

A court hearing on the matter has been scheduled for January.

Meanwhile, Frehley has already apparently moved on to a new relationship. During a November 21 interview with SiriusXM's Eddie Trunk, he revealed that he "met a new gal and someone special" in his life. He added that she is "a very private person" and "an elementary school teacher."

A December 2016 video interview with Frehley and Gordon conducted by "Talking Metal" at the Epiphone Revolver Music Awards in New York can be seen below.

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