Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga have split after being together for nine years.

On Thursday, the "American Idol" alum made frightening allegations against her estranged partner. A day after the filing, the court has granted Hudson's request for a protective order from Otunga.

In the court documents obtained by Us Weekly, the "Spotlight" singer confessed that she is worried about what her ex can do to her and their son. The then-couple's relationship was already heading south in April and it just hit the rock bottom this month.

"I seek this Order of Protection against David and request that this Court grant me exclusive possession of my residence on an emergency basis because of David's increasingly aggressive, threatening and harassing behavior toward me," the document read which Hudson filed on Thursday. "I believe that if David is given notice, he will physically harm me, continually harass me, and/or take action against my property, or seek to sequester my son, David, Jr."

In the document, Hudson shared an incident that happened on Wednesday when Otunga psychologically abused their son. The Oscar winner was in the recording studio when Otunga, who believes that the singer has an affair with another man, called their son and said: "Don't let your mom's boyfriend mother [explicit] touch you."

On the same day, when Hudson arrived at their home, Otunga grabbed their son and "physically pushed" her out of the master bedroom's bathroom. The "Dreamgirls" star confessed that they haven't shared the same room for over six months already.

Hudson also claimed that her ex has a "bad temper and aggressive tirades" that have gotten worse over the years. In addition, he owns at least one firearm.

"They have been in the process of ending their relationship for a number of months," Hudson's rep confirmed their split. "Jennifer’s actions are solely taken in the best interest of their son."

Hudson and Otunga have been together for nine years already. They welcomed their son, David Daniel Jr. in August 2009. Earlier this year, the "I Still Love You" songstress admitted that she's not in a rush to get married. But she hinted that she is already considering it.

"It's been a thought obviously," Hudson told Essence (via Us Weekly). "After being at Ciara's wedding, I'm like, OK. I don't know, it inspired something. I just loved her dress. It was so beautiful. So that made me say, OK, all [of] my friends and peers are married now. You know what I mean?"

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