How to talk about Prince’s mom

The parents of Prince are reportedly trying to keep a lid on their relationship after the teen’s mother, Priscilla Chan, filed a restraining order against him.

Chan has been accused of bullying her son and sending him hateful messages.

Chan is reportedly in the process of removing the restraining order from the Los Angeles County Superior Court.

“The court order was not issued under threat of prosecution,” her attorney, Robert D. Koehler, told the Associated Press.

“She is being told that if she fails to comply, that she could face criminal charges.

She is not being advised that she is violating the restraining orders.

There is no threat of criminal charges.”

Chan, 39, is a former Marine who enlisted in 2006.

She was a contestant on the CBS show “The Amazing Race.”

Chan has not been charged in connection with the case, which is being handled by a private attorney.

The restraining order was signed on March 17 by Judge John B. Tulloch of the Los Angles Superior Court, according to KTLA-TV.

The judge has until May 14 to issue a protective order.

Chan was previously charged with two misdemeanor counts of assault and battery on a person less than 15 years old and harassment.

She pleaded not guilty.