Paying for another’s companionship can be a form of “dating” that triggers statutory protections against domestic violence, an appeals court ruled in a case of first impression in New Jersey.

The state’s Appellate Division on Thursday upheld an Essex County judge’s final restraining order against a men’s club patron who made terroristic threats against a dancer to whom he regularly advanced funds.

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