The former WKRC-AM Cincinnati host who was charged with firing his rifle in the direction of his wife is now accused of violating a protection order against her. Cincinnati.com reports Seylhouwer sent a a text to his wife on August 28, one day after she filed for divorce. He also blocked the wi-fi on her phone and cut off her financial access by canceling a credit card. The protection order was filed August 13, one day after Seylhouwer allegedly shot at his wife in the driveway of their home. The bullet hit the concrete and his wife was injured by pieces of shrapnel and concrete.
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