Nicolas Cage’s Ex-Girlfriend Accuses Him of Abuse, Files Restraining Order for Ex-Wife

Vickie Park, Nicolas Cage’s ex-girlfriend, reportedly accused the actor of abuse and had recently filed a petition for a temporary restraining order against his estranged wife, Alice Kim Cage.

In court documents, which were filed in Los Angeles, California, Park detailed how she was allegedly abused by the 54-year-old actor during their trip to Vienna, Austria on Sept. 20, 2018 for the Slash Film Festival, according to The Blast who first acquired the documents. It was also stated that he was “severely intoxicated at the time.”

It was also stated in the restraining order that Kim has been harassing and stalking her on social media, often sending screenshots of Park’s Instagram account to Cage accompanied with some text messages saying “She is too young for you” and “This is going to hurt our son, Kal,” BuzzFeed News reported.

“Her intentions were to subject him to more alcohol abuse and anger towards me while I was alone with him in our hotel room in London, England — right after the abuse incident in Vienna, Austria,” the woman wrote about Kim. “For my safety and protection of my life, a restraining order against her is more than necessary.”

The request for a temporary restraining order was denied by the court.


Both Park and Cage started their on and off relationship since June 2017 while the actor was still married to Kim, who he had tied the knot in 2004, however, the two officially split in 2016.

“Nicolas and Alice Cage categorically deny the absurd allegations listed in the filing of a temporary restraining order against Alice Cage, which was denied by the court,” a representative for Cage said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.

Park continued to note in her petition that the toxicity of their relationship was being projected onto her both physically and mentally.

“I am aware that Nicolas is mentally ill and depressed — as long as I continue not responding to him — I believe he will not hurt me ever again.”

“I am deathly afraid she will continue to harass and stalk me and it may become even worse from here,” Park said in the petition of Kim.

Despite the rejection for her petition, another court hearing is set to happen on October 24, said in the reports.

Featured image via Flickr / Gerald Geronimo (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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