Credits: JIM WELLS/QMI AGENCY
In court documents obtained Thursday by QMI Agency, the woman said Reynolds assaulted her twice in the past eight months and believes he might do it again.
"I fear that the respondent is in a desperate situation, may be angry and may choose to seek me out and assault me a third time," she said in a sworn affidavit to support her restraining order application.
She said publicity over charges against Reynolds alleging he broke into her Eau Claire condominium July 14 and assaulted her, has exacerbated the situation.
"I also fear that the respondent may be angry with me due to the public nature of the above-described incidents," she said in the July 25 affidavit.
The document, filed in Calgary Court of Queen's Bench, was sworn before a notary public in Ontario.
"Out of fear I have taken time off work and am currently staying out-of-province with family members," explained the woman, who QMI Agency is not naming.
"I am in the process of installing a security system as well as a more secure screen door in my Calgary condominium."
Reynolds was arrested after allegedly breaking into the woman's downtown Calgary suite.
In her affidavit, she said she and Reynolds dated for five years and lived together for 3 1/2, but broke up last December when she learned he had cheated on her.
At that time he assaulted her by choking her, smothering her and pushing her head into the ground, she alleged.
In the July incident, the complainant alleged she was out with friends when she came home to find Reynolds in her bedroom.
"The respondent became angry and assaulted me," she said. "He smothered my mouth, choked me and bruised my neck."
When Reynolds calmed down she left and called police from a friend's home, she said.
Reynolds, 32, the Stamps all-time leading rusher, was cut by the CFL club in January.
Along with the criminal allegations, he faces two charges of driving while unauthorized which could see him face a minimum jail term.
The Tyler, TX, native is also the subject of a immigration application since his Canadian work visa expired in February.
The criminal charges, traffic matter and restraining order application are all set to return to court on Aug. 16.