Kate Ritchie's husband is wearing his wedding ring while agreeing to a year-long AVO that forbids him from going to the Home and Away star after drinking
- Former rugby league player Stuart Webb, 39, appeared on a court in Sydney
- Webb was hit by an AVO that forbade him to approach Kate Ritchie
- He can only come close to her if he has not been drinking or taking drugs for 12 hours
- Mrs. Ritchie recently moved out of the marital home in Randwick
Stuart Broughton Webb, 39, wore his wedding ring in court on Thursday when he accepted the strict conditions of an arrested warrant of violence against him
Kate Ritchie's & # 39; s retired rugby league player man is banned to approach his wife after drinking or taking drugs.
Stuart Broughton Webb, 39, agreed on Thursday with a year-long order for arrested violence (AVO) taken against him by NSW Police.
According to the order, Webb should not be in the vicinity of Mrs. Ritchie, 41, for & at least 12 hours after drinking alcohol or taking illegal drugs & # 39 ;, a standard condition.
Webb wore his wedding ring and hid his face behind dark sunglasses when he appeared this morning at the local court in Waverley.
Last week, Daily Mail Australia confirmed that Mrs. Ritchie had left the couple's marital home in Randwick, east Sydney.
The radio star instead lives on a separate $ 4.4 million property owned by friends from the soap that made her famous, Home and Away.
The property has a substantial, detached grandma flat where Kate is supposed to stay. The move and the court order follow long speculation that their relationship was tense, which Ritchie denied.
Ritchie, 41, & # 39; would be shocked & # 39; that her relationship with Webb has been dragged by the headlines. Upstairs, in happier times
Webb, a former NRL player for the St George Illawarra Dragons, was caught by a police drink on two different occasions.
The last one was in March when he was fined $ 440 after blowing 0.083 when the police stopped him after allegedly driving a red light in Avoca St, Randwick.
The police soon heard that Webb reportedly also drove a suspended driver's license and he was taken to court.
The arrested violence assignment followed an & # 39; incident & # 39; in the couple's house, which is being investigated by NSW Police. There are no costs involved.
Webb agreed on Thursday with the arrest conditions for arrested violence in Waverley Court
Mrs. Ritchie and Webb, who have a five-year-old daughter, recently spent a weekend weekend trying to save their marriage.
Webb's AVO also includes other standard requirements that it does not mistreat, threaten, harass, or intimidate the Gold Logie-winning actor and radio star.
In a bizarre coincidence, Ritchie & # 39; s one-time TV husband Joel Mcilroy was brought to trial this week for a non-related alleged incident.
McIlroy, who has Huntington's disease, is accused of bashing a police officer in Sydney last month.
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