Kennedy Summers will no longer live in fear.
In police documents that were filed Tuesday, the Playboy Playmate accused her former boyfriend, Utah Jazz player Jeff Withey, of domestic violence, stemming from an incident that took place in 2016.
According to TMZ, Summers grew “concerned for her safety” after learning the Jazz and L.A. Clippers would be in an NBA playoff series together and Withey would be within her vicinity.
Kennedy’s rep Zack Teperman told the gossip site his client is simply taking preventative measures to assure a similar episode will not occur in the future. “Given the ongoing circumstances, our client now needs to protect herself and come forward about everything so this doesn’t happen to her or others in the future,” Teperman said.
Kennedy did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.
Back in October, the blonde bombshell reportedly broke things off with Withey after learning he may have cheated with another woman while the couple were still engaged.
Her rep said social media played a large part in the pair’s ongoing problems, as Summers found out about the cheating allegations through comments on an Instagram post.
“The negative effects of social media have claimed yet another couple,” Teperman said. “While it has its many pros, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc. — it can also create many issues within a relationship.”
After news broke, the Jazz player issued a response to his Facebook page on the supposed misunderstanding.
“Unfortunately a private matter was made public,” he wrote in the post.
“I am not a cheater, nor would I ever cheat. Went to the movies by myself and picked up the tickets of the person in front of me. Not even my credit card number on the stub. That is all that I will say about the matter and I appreciate my friends, family and followers that know my character standing behind me and never questioning me for a moment.”