Kate Ritchie 6th Wedding Anniversary Photo
Kate Ritchie 6th Wedding Anniversary Photo

Kate Ritchie’s husband doesn’t front court over AVO

Kate Ritchie's husband has not fronted court as police seek a restraining order against him on behalf of the Sydney radio presenter.

Former NRL player Stuart Webb is banned from approaching Richie for at least 12 hours after drinking alcohol or taking drugs under a police-issued temporary apprehended violence order.

The 39-year-old was not required to appear at Waverley Local Court on Thursday when his lawyer adjourned the matter until November 7.

Kate Ritchie and Stuart Webb arrive at the 2014 Logie Awards. Picture: Getty
Kate Ritchie and Stuart Webb arrive at the 2014 Logie Awards. Picture: Getty

Ritchie, who won two Gold Logie Awards for her role on hit TV series Home And Away, also did not come to court.

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No charges had been laid against Webb. Police are still investigating "an incident at a home in Randwick" involving the ex-TV soap star on October 17.

Webb mustn't assault, threaten or damage the property of Ritchie or their four-year-old daughter under the interim order.

Happier times: Kate Ritchie with Stuart Webb.
Happier times: Kate Ritchie with Stuart Webb.

The Nova radio host was spotted on Sunday wearing her diamond wedding ring as she returned to Sydney from the Australian Commercial Radio Awards in Brisbane.

In March Webb was charged with mid range drink driving after he was pulled over by police for allegedly running a red light near their Randwick home. He is yet to enter a plea.

Stuart Webb and Kate Ritchie walk the red carpet during the Australian premiere of Les Miserables at the State Theatre in 2012. Picture: Getty
Stuart Webb and Kate Ritchie walk the red carpet during the Australian premiere of Les Miserables at the State Theatre in 2012. Picture: Getty

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