October 27, 2022 | 10:44pm

Lala Kent celebrated the one-year anniversary of her split from Randall Emmett just days after the movie producer’s ex-wife, Ambyr Childers, claimed he threatened her life.

The “Vanderpump Rules” star — who ended her engagement with Emmett last October — reflected on her decision to leave the 51-year-old after he allegedly“tackled” her and pushed her to the ground when she questioned his infidelity.

“Happy Independence Day to me,” the 32-year-old captioned a photo of her at the beach with the pair’s daughter, Ocean.

“I had all my ducks in a row and it was time to execute my game plan of escaping a toxic and unsafe place. Even writing this, my heart has started pounding. I didn’t know what my future would hold,” she continued on her Instagram Story.

Kent left the movie producer after he was accused of cheating on her.
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Kent revealed that she lost 30 pounds due to “stress” and “trauma,” but she “had to carry on, without skipping a beat — my daughter needed me.”

She continued, “And when it all became too much, I would hand it over to God and the universe. I knew they would cradle me. They did and they have ever since.”

The reality star went on to thank her family for supporting her, adding that she finally feels “happy” and is taking things “one day at a time” until the pair can reach a “resolution” for their 1-year-old child.

Emmett’s ex-wife, Ambyr Childers, tried to get a temporary restraining order against him earlier this week.
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Kent also spoke out about the latest allegations against her ex-fiancé, posting screenshots of his alleged conversation with attorney Ben Valencia.

According to the Los Angeles TimesChilders filed for an emergency domestic violence restraining order against her former spouse after he accidentally forwarded her inappropriate emails where they talked about their two daughters.

Emmett accidentally forwarded Childers emails between him and his lawyer.
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In the messages, which Lala shared, the family law attorney reportedly wrote, “When will you get some real money together so we can take this c–t out once and for all. This is not good for your girls.”

Emmett allegedly responded, “I don’t have real money for this and you know it.”

In the filing, the “You” actress claimed she feared for her “safety” and “wellbeing” after reading the exchange.

However, the judge denied Childers’ TRO request due to lack of proof and the pair have a hearing set for next month to hash out the matter.

“Randall is very pleased that the court recognized there was no merit to these claims and denied the request,” Emmett’s rep exclusively told Page Six.

The producer and his ex-wife will have to meet in court next month.
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Following the decision, Kent showed Childers some support.

“Ambyr’s story is not mine to tell,” she wrote alongside a photo of the 34-year-old. “The many other alleged victim’s stories are also not mine to tell. I am horrified by what took place, and the alleged emails between R*ndall E*mett and his counsel.”

This isn’t the only time the reality star has stood by Emmett’s ex-wife.

Kent described Childers as the “best thing” that’s happened for Emmett.
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Earlier this year, Kent praised Childers on an episode of“Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” saying the actress was the “best thing that ever happened” to him.

“I feel like our road was very bumpy, as you know, and I can understand why. I have a lot of compassion for her,” she told host Andy Cohen.

“I think she is a great woman and a great mom. I will be honest, I think she is the best thing that ever happened to that guy.”