Ashley Batchelor, mother Rajon Rondochildren, said he was abusive and violent, and received an emergency protection order against a Cavaliers point guard last month.
However, this order is no longer valid.
An emergency protection order that was filed against Rajon Rondo last month after he was accused of pointing a gun at his children’s mother has been denied, TMZ Sports confirmed.
Court documents show that the reason for the move was that Rondo and his accuser Ashley Bachelor “reached an agreement.”
Rondo, 36, will become a free agent in the offseason.