Yumi Stynes: Police are seeking AVO against her ex-husband Martin Bendeler after fearing for her safety

A complaint by TV and radio presenter Yumi Stynes ​​about her ex-husband’s alleged behavior, which made her fear for her safety, has prompted police to seek an AVO against him.

Stynes ​​announced her split from her second husband, Martin Bendeler, in October last year after nine years of marriage.

The former canal [V] Host married Bendeler in 2012 and they share two children, daughter Mercy and a son whose name has never been publicly revealed.

NSW Police petitioned Downing Center Local Court on Tuesday for an order to restrict Bendeler’s alleged conduct, with the court request including Stynes’ allegation that she feared for her safety.

TV and radio presenter Yumi Stynes ​​​​has run an AVO against her ex-husband Martin Bendeler, claiming his alleged behavior made her fear for her safety (pictured is the couple).

TV and radio presenter Yumi Stynes ​​​​has run an AVO against her ex-husband Martin Bendeler, claiming his alleged behavior made her fear for her safety (pictured is the couple).

TV and radio presenter Yumi Stynes ​​​​has run an AVO against her ex-husband Martin Bendeler, claiming his alleged behavior made her fear for her safety (pictured is the couple).

A temporary AVO with standard terms was granted ahead of a Jan. 11 court hearing to determine whether the AVO will be made permanent.

It is understood the former couple were trying to raise their two children together until Stynes, who co-hosts a radio show on KIIS FM, complained to the police.

Under the terms of the AVO, Bendeler may not stalk, attack or threaten Ms. Stynes, or willfully destroy her property or harm any animals belonging to her.

He was not accused of any of those things and was not in court when the restraining order was approved on Tuesday.

Stynes ​​broke down in tears live on KIIS FM’s 3pm Pick-Up in late October 2021 as she shared heartbreaking details of the split.

It is understood the former couple (pictured) were trying to raise their two children together until Stynes, who co-hosts a radio show on KIIS FM, made a complaint to police

It is understood the former couple (pictured) were trying to raise their two children together until Stynes, who co-hosts a radio show on KIIS FM, made a complaint to police

It is understood the former couple (pictured) were trying to raise their two children together until Stynes, who co-hosts a radio show on KIIS FM, made a complaint to police

Stynes ​​announced that she had split from her second husband, Martin Bendeler, in October last year after nine years of marriage

Stynes ​​announced that she had split from her second husband, Martin Bendeler, in October last year after nine years of marriage

Stynes ​​announced that she had split from her second husband, Martin Bendeler, in October last year after nine years of marriage

She said she’s moved out of the marital home into her own apartment and told her co-hosts it was disheartening to be a single mom for the second time.

“I’m going through a breakup and there are kids and my ex involved, so I don’t want to say anything that hurts those people,” she said.

“I had to find an apartment, I had to move my things, all my crap is in boxes and bags… I had to change my address, throw away the keys that no longer work…

“It was a lot. I spent the weekend moving and I feel like I’m now starting my new life as a single mom. Here I am again.’

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“I’m going through a breakup and there are kids involved and my ex, so I don’t want to say anything that hurts those people,” she said in October of last year

Stynes ​​told listeners late last year that she wasn't ready to tell the full story of the breakup but expects she'll be processing her grief for another year

Stynes ​​told listeners late last year that she wasn't ready to tell the full story of the breakup but expects she'll be processing her grief for another year

Stynes ​​told listeners late last year that she wasn’t ready to tell the full story of the breakup but expects she’ll be processing her grief for another year

Stynes ​​said she isn’t ready to tell the full story of the split just yet but expects to have another year to process her grief.

“I have hundreds and thousands of words to say, but I don’t think I’m ready yet,” she told listeners.

“Breakups don’t end quickly. I’ll probably stay in this process for another year… I’ll probably be pacing in the future.’

Stynes ​​and Bendeler married in 2012 after she proposed to him on February 29, which, as a leap day, is traditionally the day women propose to men.

She was previously married to Ben Ely of Australian rock band Regurgitator from 2000 to 2008. They share two older children; Anouk and DeeDee.

Stynes ​​and Bendeler (pictured) married in 2012 after she proposed to him on February 29, which, as a leap day, is traditionally the day women propose to men

Stynes ​​and Bendeler (pictured) married in 2012 after she proposed to him on February 29, which, as a leap day, is traditionally the day women propose to men

Stynes ​​and Bendeler (pictured) married in 2012 after she proposed to him on February 29, which, as a leap day, is traditionally the day women propose to men

Stynes ​​wrote an article for the ABC in 2020 about staying friends with an ex, based on her experiences with Ely as a co-parent.

She encouraged people to “take the time when it’s first happening to encourage mutual respect and redraw the boundaries of your relationship.”

“A good breakup isn’t something you think about when you’re in the mood for a new love,” she wrote.

“And when it all falls apart, there’s no need to stay friendly — unless you’re sharing something important, like a business, friends, a creative project, or in our case, kids.”

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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