As reported on July 11, 2013, Mary Cummins filed false police reports against Amanda Lollar, then used them to convince a judge into giving her a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Lollar in an attempt to force Lollar to attend a hearing in Los Angeles, CA. During this time, Cummins made continual threats to shoot Lollar when she came to defend herself against the TRO.
Lollar did not attend the hearing in fear of her own safety. The overwhelming evidence against Cummins (including her death threats) was presented to the Judge Carol Goodson by Lollar’s attorneys. Not only did Cummins LOSE her case against Lollar, she was ordered to pay Lollar’s attorney’s fees of over $6,000.
Click this link to access the court document from the hearing which also contains Mary Cummins death threats against Amanda Lollar.
After the judge ruled against Cummins, she began defaming the judge on the internet, and then filed a Motion to Reconsider, which was denied. Cummins then filed for an appeal of the TRO, which was also denied on Dec. 13, 2013. Mary Cummins then filed ANOTHER appeal of the restraining order (see our response), all the while alleging that Lollar was sending continual death threats her way (yet showing no proof whatsoever). On February 23, 2015 the Appellate Court made their final ruling denying Cummins appeal and ordered her to pay Lollar’s additional attorney fees of $144,000. (Note that these fees were paid by insurance and will be collected by said insurance company.)
UPDATE: 5/15/15: Mary Cummins appeals to the Supreme Court of California in her attempt to get the above mentioned restraining order against Amanda Lollar. Her appeal was DENIED.