I am not defending Lynch but I will explain that anyone can place a restraining order on anyone as long as they go to court and state they feel threatened by the other person. They do not have to provide evidence either. A judge will never deny a request for a restraining order because they do not want to be held liable if something actually did happen.<quoted text>
Then why did you have restraining orders against you?
Most divorce attorneys will instruct the wife to place a restraining order on the soon to be ex-husband even if there was no threat or confrontation. This is to ensure that all communication about the divorce will be processed thru their attorneys.
This is a common practice and obviously you never went thru a divorce.