R&B singer Marques Houston is taking actions into his own hands after former B2K member Raz-B, real name De’Mario Monte Thornton, accused him of Molestation. The “Pulling on Her Hair” singer recently filed a restraining order today against Raz-B, in an effort to protect his name. In court documents, 29-year-old Houston claims that Raz-B is a homosexual and that he released a video recording on the web that featured Raz-B screaming at Houston. “He has a deranged demeanor and is not acting like a reasonable person,” Houston wrote in the court documents. “After I hung up on DeMario, he continued recording himself and falsely accused me of molesting him.” A judge in a Van Nuys, California, granted the restraining order. A hearing is set for November 22. Within the constraints of the order, Raz-B will not be allowed to go near Houston or mention his name or likeness publicly. For the last several years Raz-B has been making rape and molestation claims against Houston, Omarion and label boss Chris Stokes.