Retired NHL enforcer Tie Domi could face court sanctions as early as tomorrow if it's found he violated a restraining order.
Three days after signing a consent agreement -- which prohibited unauthorized visits to his home and children -- Tie showed up Friday night at the family residence, his estranged wife Leanne Domi states in an affidavit filed yesterday.
Allegations contained in the affidavit had not been tested in court. Tie has not filed a response.
Tie also showed up yesterday and when asked to contact his lawyer, said it was a Jewish holiday and he couldn't be reached, the affidavit states.
"I am concerned and I remain concerned that Tie Domi regards himself as above and beyond the obligation to observe court orders. It's clear he has no respect for court orders and no intention to abide by the restraining order."
Tie hugged his youngest daughter, Avery, 7, then sent her into the home to summon Max, 11, and spent 20 minutes outside their Oxbow Rd. home on Friday afternoon, the document states.
Leanne will seek court sanctions against Domi at a case conference tomorrow.
"I had understood from the restraining order that he was not to attend at the matrimonial home, except to exercise access, which was to be specified and arranged," Leanne states.
She didn't want to phone the police because "doing so would have placed the children squarely into the dispute." the affidavit says.
"I did nothing because I did not wish to create a scene that would hurt or confuse the children."
In her affidavit, Leanne says Tie , through his sister, Trish, warned her "to 'call off the lawyers and to warn me about the power of Belinda Stronach and her father to ruin me and my lawyer.
"He has told me repeatedly that I would never see any money and that he would leave me penniless if I retained a lawyer," Leanne states.
"His threats about the people who he knows who will ensure that I have nothing have continued from the moment I refused to take his '$2.5-million deal' and stay away from lawyers right up to now."
Leanne says Domi sent out a press release last week indicating he "instructed his lawyer to work tirelessly" on securing a fair settlement, then fired him.
Her lawyer, Julie Hannaford states in the affidavit: "I don't believe Tie Domi is observing his obligation to keep records intact, or to refrain from dissipating assets.
"Tie Domi has been successful in his financial subterfuge. He avoided delivering financial disclosure by instructing his lawyers to make promises to deliver information that he knew would never be kept."