began screaming and yelling profanities at me, calling me every name in the book. He started to take off his cufflinks. I was very afraid. He continued to yell and scream at me, saying ‘I’m going to rip your face off,’ ‘I’m going to f—ing kill you,’ ‘I’m going to beat you,’ ‘You need to be beaten,’ ‘when I get you home, I’m going to beat you.'” He then proceeded to swing his closed fist at her, Field alleged, but stopped short of hitting her. “He then began to swing his arms, with his hands open, in an attempt to slap/hit my body,” she wrote. Then, their son Tyler walked into the room and approached his dad; Adams then threw Field against the bed and she fell onto the floor. But there are two sides to every story. In documents filed in February pertaining to the dissolution of their marriage, Field is also ordered to adhere to a personal conduct restraining order that doesn’t expire until 2009, under which both she and Adams are ordered to refrain from “molesting, striking, stalking, threatening, sexually assaulting, battering, harassing, or telephoning the other party at work, at home, or on any cellular phone.” (View the ruling.) Adams expressed his condolences for West’s loss in a statement released Tuesday, but the increasingly negative attention he’s received over the course of just a few days has ensured that there’s at least one spotlight he won’t be enjoying for awhile. The Discovery Health Network has announced that, at least for the time being, it will stop televising Plastic Surgery: Before and After, which Adams hosted for five years before signing off in June. Four episodes scheduled to air this week have been pulled from the schedule. The surgeon confirmed the nature of Donda West’s procedure but has refused to comment further on the matter. “As a medical director practicing in this field, I hold sacred the bond of confidentiality that exists between a patient and doctor,” Adams said Tuesday. “Out of respect for the West family and the absence of verifiable information any comment without having first discussing that information with the family would be unprofessional.”