A temporary restraining order filed against Charlie Sheen has been dissolved, ET has confirmed.
Sheen's ex-fiancee, Brett Rossi (real name: Scottine Ross), filed the restraining order earlier this month, alleging that the former Two and a Half Men star attacked her and was caught threatening her life in an audio recording. Subsequently, a judge issued an immediate restraining order based on her claims.
Rossi neglected to appear in court for a hearing on Thursday surrounding the case, and the judge threw out the temporary restraining order, deeming that there was no immediate threat.
While the restraining order was dissolved, as TMZ first reported, Sheen is still under criminal investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department with regard to the alleged threats.
A judge set a hearing for May 18 to determine if a permanent restraining order will be issued.
ET has reached out to Sheen's lawyer for comment.