In court documents in a civil case that sought a restraining order against Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy, his accuser states that her argument with Hardy stemmed from her short-lived relationship with the rapper Nelly, a part-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.

Nicole Holder, 24, had filed a request for a temporary restraining order against Hardy, but that request was dismissed by Judge Charlotte Brown on Thursday when Holder failed to appear at a hearing in Charlotte.

In documents in the court files on Thursday, Holder stated that she and Hardy had been trying to work things out and that the two were in bed together early Tuesday morning when Hardy “just snapped.”

Hardy was arrested Tuesday on misdemeanor charges of assaulting a female and communicating threats. He was released on $17,000 bond Wednesday after a short court hearing in which he was ordered to stay away from Holder and attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings a week.

Thursday’s hearing was to consider Holder’s request that Hardy be barred from her home, the uptown complex where she works, and the home of her parents in an adjacent county. She also wanted Hardy to be forced to surrender to the court all weapons and firearms to which he has access.

Judge Brown dismissed the suit when Holder failed to appear. But a short time later, Judge Becky Thorne Tin, the judge who presided over Hardy’s bond hearing Wednesday on two misdemeanor charges, amended the conditions of the bond. requiring Hardy to turn over all of his weapons and firearms.

Holder’s attorney, Stephen Goodwin, was present at Thursday’s hearing in front of Brown, but Holder was not.