However, both Eden and Cyrell, who are new parents to their son Boston, told the publication that it was a "misunderstanding" and the AVO is completely unnecessary.
"We had a fight like most couples do. The next day Eden asked why they're putting an AVO out against me."
Eden added: "We had a little argument and it was a complete misunderstanding. I'd never get an AVO out against Cyrell. I'm with her right now."
The officer who lodged the application was Constable Chantelle Gibson, who did it on Eden's behalf. Right now, no conditions have been set for the AVO, however, the matter is set to be mentioned at Burwood Local Court on April 17, as the publication reports.
We've seen Cyclone Cyrell at her best in an argument before, so we aren't surprised that they had raised voices and concerned neighbours, but we also know that the couple is going strong!
Eden and Cyrell started dating in 2019. They welcomed their baby boy Boston into the world in February, 2020.