Camille Grammer is 'shocked' her ex-boyfriend won't face assault charges
In a statement to E! News, Grammer says, "I was just shocked. I'm very disappointed," in response to the news a grand jury had refused to indict her former lover.
Grammer got a three-year restraining order against Charalambopoulos after she reported he attacked her in a Houston hotel room last year.
Despite the setback, Grammer, who was diagnosed with endometrial cancer last October, tells E! she is in good spirits. "I'm just so happy I'm in remission," she says. "I got a really good report from my doctor and that's the most important thing. We'll see what happens next. I am disappointed, but I'm going to put it in the past and move on."