A former wife succeeded in having a domestic violence injunction issued against her ex-husband.  At her hearing on the petition for injunction, the wife testified about a history of abuse during their marriage (which ended two years prior), and stated that she saw her ex-husband’s new girlfriend with black eyes.  The appellate court on Florida’s Gulf coast reversed the injunction, finding that the ex-wife was not a victim of domestic violence, and that she was not in imminent danger of becoming one.

The case was Yalkin v. Yalkin, and the Florida appellate opinion can be found here.