When former Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young gets out of jail in Orange County, Calif., he won’t be able to come within 100 feet of the mother of his 9-month-old son.

According to Riverside Superior Court’s online records, the woman filed a request for a domestic violence restraining order against Young last week, three days after he was arrested for the first time.

She was granted a temporary restraining order, according to the Press-Enterprise of California. A hearing for a permanent restraining order is set for May 29.

In the complaint, the woman alleged that Young threatened and harassed her at Moreno Valley, Calif., home, even referencing accused wife killer O.J. Simpson, according to the newspaper.

“He would say things like, ‘I understand why O.J. killed his wife.’ He says, ‘We’re always gonna be a family and I’m always going to be his,’ ” the restraining order request states, according to the newspaper. “He got mad and yelled at my neighbors and tried to fight multiple people that he doesn’t even know.”

On Tuesday, Young pleaded not guilty to eight charges stemming from two separate incidents in a seven-day span, including breaking into an Orange County home, assaulting police officers and burglary of a gas station. As of tonight, he was still in the Orange County central lockup facility.

Young, whose charges are punishable by up to 7½ years in prison, was arrested two other times earlier this month, once for suspicion of driving under the influence and once for attempting to steal his own impounded car out of a tow yard.

In the complaint, the woman, who writes that Young “has been clinically diagnosed with a mental disorder,” said Young stole from the gas station while holding the couple’s son, according to the Press-Enterprise.

About 9 p.m. May 4, Young is accused of twice walking into a Laguna Hills, Calif., Chevron station and stealing a bottle of water, candy and cigars. Young took his son, Titus Young Jr., to San Diego before the theft without telling the mother, according to the Press-Enterprise.