Chad’s punishment for headbutting his ex-wife Evelyn Lozada is about to be over almost as quickly as their marriage. According to TMZ, Ochocinco is pretty close to fulfilling the obligations of his sentencing stemming from the domestic altercation. When that happens, the no-contact order that banned the former NFL player from contacting Evelyn in person, by phone, email, and Twitter will be lifted and supposedly Evelyn is just fine with that.
Sources close to the ex-couple tell TMZ, Chad’s on track to finish his batterer’s intervention program in the next couple months — at which point Chad will ask the judge to terminate his probation and lift the no-contact order.
If that happens, Evelyn would have to get a civil restraining order to keep Chad away — but we’re told she has decided NOT to do that … because she just wants to “move on.”
Chad was sentenced to one year probation and the batterer’s class after pleading “no contest” to domestic battery following the August 11 fight with Evelyn — but since he’s completing the class early … the judge can also lift the probation early.
Despite Evelyn’s decision … we’re told she does NOT want a reunion with Chad.
Gracias a Dios for that last clarification. What’s sort of comical is that Evelyn already assumes Chad has been contacting her on the low, i.e. Twitter stalking her, tweeting this message last week: