Former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer celebrated a major victory on Monday. For several month she has been battling it out with ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos over a domestic dispute that allegedly occurred in a Houston hotel in October 2013. More than two months later, a judge has reached a decision in the case.

According to the Daily Mail, Charalambopoulos, 39, has been ordered to pay Grammer, 47, more than $121,000. The money will go toward covering the costs of her ongoing lawsuits against him. Neither Grammer nor Charalambopoulos has spoken out about the judge's decision.

The incident in question is said to have taken place at the ZaZa hotel nearly three years ago. Grammer was reportedly in Houston to undergo surgery for endometrial cancer. She claims Charalambopoulos assaulted her and provided photographs of her bruises as evidence. In return Grammer's former beau sued her for defamation of character. He claimed the entire domestic dispute was made up, calling it a "scheme." Charalambopoulos added that he was never charged with domestic violence by Texas police. Grammer pressed her ex to discard his lawsuit while simultaneously launching an assault-and-battery case against him.

Camille's alleged violent run-in with Charalambopoulos occurred just over a year after she and ex-husband Kelsey Grammer settled their nasty divorce. The pair fought for nearly two years before a judge finally came to a decision that both exes could agree on. According to TMZ, in September 2012 Kelsey was ordered to pay her a whopping $30 million,  said to have been exactly half of his net worth at the time.