Rossi claimed in legal docs her life was in danger, claiming audio existed of Charlie threatening to have her killed.
At the time Rossi filed, a judge issued an immediate restraining order based only on her claims, but after a hearing Thursday a judge threw out the order, saying there was no immediate threat.
One thing that didn't help Rossi's case ... she was a no-show. Sheen's lawyer, Marty Singer, was incredulous, because he learned she was in Atlanta for a special appearance at the Pink Pony strip club, touting her as a "world famous adult film star" and "2012 pet of the month."
A judge set a hearing for May 18, to decide if a permanent restraining order was appropriate.