Nye requested a restraining order against Blair Tindall last year (07) after she allegedly tried to poison him.
But Tindall states, "This temporary restraining order was simply something that Bill wrote out - it was never put into effect."
Nye originally filed his request last September (07) after spotting Tindall in his backyard. He claimed she was "trying to poison my plants including some vegetable(s)."
Tindall filed a response in November (07), disagreeing with the terms of the restraining order.
The case was dismissed in January (08).
Tindall, a Grammy-nominated musician, tells WENN, "There is no restraining order against me, nor has there been any legal action against me, ever."
Previously reported: TV star Bill Nye has requested a restraining order against his former fiancee after she allegedly tried to poison him. Nye, also known as Bill Nye, The Science Guy, sought the order in a Los Angeles court on September 4, after spotting his ex, Blair Tindal, dressed in black and acting suspiciously near his home. The order would prevent Tindal from coming near his California house and contacting him. The legal papers filed state Tindal "emerged from my backyard... carrying two plastic bottles filled with some sort of solvent. Apparently she was trying to poison my plants including some vegetable(s). She fled on foot and then a car sped away from the scene." Tindal had driven by his house twice in the previous three weeks. Nye also complained in an abuse report that Tindal "left a coffee pot on my porch" on August 16. However, Tindal filed a response on November 13, disagreeing with the terms of the restraining order. A hearing has been set for December 20.