Kim Couture, fighter, promoter, and Randy Couture’s other half, has won another round in the drama surrounding Xtreme Couture’s fallout with Affliction.
In a Clark County filing dated Dec. 12, a restraining order from Couture against former Affliction head Todd Beard has been extended to Nov. 12, 2009.
Affliction clothing produces the Xtreme Couture clothing line, but relations between the two parties soured after Randy Couture returned to the UFC. Currently, the two companies are in limbo as Couture and co. attempt to extricate themselves from Affliction.
Couture originally filed the motion on Nov. 12, stating that Beard was threatening her and her lawyer. A temporary order was granted for 30 days, for which Beard was prevented from “interacting, communicating and/or having any contact with Couture, including attending the events surrounding UFC 91.”
Couture said requests for accounting information on the Xtreme Couture clothing line, of which Randy Couture owns a significant interest, led to the dispute.
Beard did not attempt to block or prevent the extension.