Christina Hack And Ant Anstead Their ugly custody is taking some steps to resolve the dispute!
According to court documents Our weeklyJudge orders ex-couple to mediate in custody battle for their two-year-old son Hudson. Christina and Ant are reportedly planning to meet with a mediator on June 15 to resolve their custody disputes and possible inspection issues before their next hearing.
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As we have reported, there has been disagreement among parents since the ants filed an urgent petition seeking full custody of their son, despite previously agreeing to joint custody. The 43-year-old claims that Christina has created an unsafe environment for Hudson since their divorce. Where he is an example Flip or flop Allam left Hudson in his home in a sunburned condition so bad that they had tears in the little man’s eyes. Another example? The Wheeler dealer The star said he allegedly brought Hudson back to his home in January without sharing that he tested positive for COVID-19:
“At this time, my partner [Renée Zellweger] Was shooting his new project and his covid diagnosis put the whole production on hold. “
Christina later commented in a statement on her ex-husband’s decision to seek full custody of Hudson, saying:
“I am deeply saddened by what the ants are doing. If this is really about Hudson, as he says, it should have been handled personally by a personal judge or arbitrator, as I and my attorney have suggested. I have ups and downs but I am a good mother and I love my children with all my heart and I will always protect them. “
Even her new husband, Josh HallA long came to his defense Instagram Post, text:
“I come from a divided home, I know it’s not easy for young people, but sadly it’s very common in today’s world. So Christina and I will always be distracted from any noise outside and save the kids from any unnecessary trauma. Christina is a very driven and incredible woman who has the power to stop anything and to restrain herself which has a positive effect on the lives of these children. It’s time to dump her and move on. I admire her for that … especially seeing my own mother do the same for my siblings and as I grow up, I can appreciate it. “
However, Ant’s urgent request was eventually rejected when the court determined that he had provided an “insufficient display” of evidence in his filing – not even giving adequate notice of the petition. A new court date is set for June 28, so we’ll see if these two can resolve their co-parent’s problems before then.
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[Image via Christina Haack/Instagram, Ant Anstead/Instagram]