The hearing date for a restraining order filed against the spokesman of a downtown political action organization by a restaurant owner was continued until March 11.
The lawyer representing Kim Kramer, of the Huntington Beach Downtown Residents Assn., would not provide a reason for the continuation, saying he could not speak about it at this time.
In his petition, Alessandro Pirozzi, the owner of Cucina Alessa, said Kramer harassed his employees and customers on and before Super Bowl Sunday.
Pirozzi said in the petition, filed Feb. 14, that Kramer made threats of physical violence against his employees. But Kramer denied the allegations.
Kramer visited three restaurants on Super Bowl Sunday and requested to see the occupancy signs. He said he did so politely.
A temporary restraining order was denied and the court hearing was scheduled for Friday.
The next court hearing is at 10 a.m. March 11 at the West Justice Center, 8141 13th St. in Westminster.