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Prepare to see correspondence between Chad Johnson and his ex-wife Evelyn Lozada pretty soon.
According to TMZ, Chad Johnson is on track to complete his batterer’s intervention program in the next couple of months. Upon completing the program, he will be allowed to ask the judge whether or not his probation can be terminated and if the no-contact order can be lifted.
If Lozada wishes to extend the no-contact order, she will have to file a civil restraining order. Sources close to the “Basketball Wives” star say she is ready to “move on” and will allow the order to expire. Sources close to the reality TV star say she does not plan to reunite with Johnson.
Johnson was arrested and sentenced to one year probation and the batterer’s class after pleading “no contest” to domestic battery following the August 11 altercation with then-wife Lozada. Allegedly, Johnson head-butted Lozada during a heated altercation. Many people speculate Lozada instigated the altercation, as she has a reputation for being extremely violent in her role on VH1’s “Basketball Wives” reality show. Lozada has thrown drinks in her castmates’ faces and leaped over tables to punch them. Following the altercation with Johnson, Lozada joined spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant’s show to receive help.