Skai Jackson Granted Restraining Order Against Bhad Bhabie for Death Threat
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Bhad Bhabie cannot, in fact, “cash” Skai Jackson outside.

According to TMZ on Thursday, the 17-year-old actress was granted a restraining order against the 16-year-old rapper following a death threat on Instagram Live.

The entire situation started when Bhad Bhabie — whose real name is Danielle Bregoli — claimed the “Jesse” star made a fake account to talk badly about her recent hangouts with fellow MC, NBA YoungBoy. Additionally, the viral sensation — known for her appearance on “Dr. Phil” — believes Jackson is romantically interested in the 20-year-old.

During a recent IG Live, Bregoli addressed Jackson and exclaimed, “Bitch, I’ll kill you! I’ll really kill you!”

Per the order, Bregoli must stay 100 yards away from Jackson, her home, and workplace. Bregoli is also not allowed to contact Jackson in any form.

In the court documents, Jackson stated, “The harassment has caused me to be fearful of leaving my house by myself, and lack of sleep.”

Jackson also included an alleged DM exchange where Bregoli wrote to her, “I’ll dog you.”

In response, Jackson reportedly typed back, “What is the issue now? I haven’t even said nothing about you. Don’t need any drama in my life. I’m good. If you heard/seen something it’s old. Ain’t nobody said anything.”

In another alleged message, Bregoli wrote, “Shut your scary ass up... Imma get to you... Hide... That’s all Imma tell you... HIDE.”

After Bregoli was slapped with the order, she posted a picture of a plaque she received for her song “Bestie” with Kodak Black, and wrote, “Go get your restraining order , Imma go get checks.”

Bregoli added, “you can try to hate me for responding to -------- with more -------- but that’s just who I am and I don’t apologize for none of it. I been in this fake ass hollywood world for 3 1/2 years now and I’ve done ALOT when the whole world said I couldn’t, but I refuse to become as fake as hollywood is. Y’all can play around on your finstas but I’ll always say what’s on my mind as cuz that’s who I am.”

Despite her legal action, Jackson does not appear to be too bothered by the drama.

A day before her filing, she expressed excitement for her upcoming high school graduation.

“I graduate in 2 more months!” she wrote on Twitter. “I can’t wait college is next!”

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