Sonya Deville Gets Extension for Temporary Injunction Against Attempted Kidnapper

Last Thursday, WWE Superstar Sonya Deville had a temporary injunction hearing against her attempted kidnapper. WrestlingInc is reporting that the hearing was successful and her request for an extension has been granted.

According to the report, the temporary protection injunction for Deville has now been extended to November 12, 10am, which is her next court date.

On August 17, Phillip A. Thomas II was arrested at Deville’s home after he broke in with the intention to kidnap her.

Thomas is currently incarcerated at the Hillsborough County Jail, charged with aggravated stalking, armed burglary of a dwelling, armed kidnapping for ransom or reward or hostage, and criminal mischief for less than $200.

During Thursday’s hearing, Thomas’ lawyer had attempted to get his client $2 million bail, but it was denied out of concern for Deville’s safety and those close to her.

Deville has also filed a motion to have some of the evidence sealed as they include messages which identify some of her family members and photos with her home address.

Deville lost to Mandy Rose at SummerSlam last week. The match was originally set to be “hair versus hair” but was changed to “loser leaves WWE”. This change was made to give Deville some time off to deal with the aftermath of her attempted kidnapping and it is believed that she will return.