Christina Haack and her ex-husband Ant Anstead will be able to settle their child custody dispute without having to air their dirty laundry. A judge in Orange County ordered the former couple to meet with a private court mediator to discuss how to best co-parent their son, Hudson, in the future.
According to fresh court documents acquired by The Blast, both parties will be required to attend a mandatory session on June 15th to discuss any “disputed custody and visitation issues.” After Anstead’s request for full custody of their 2-year-old was denied due to a “insufficient” indication of pressing problems, the private mediation meeting was set in motion.
The court orders both parties to be personally present to attend a mandatory mediation regarding any disputed custody and/ or visitation issues. A mediation appointment is required by (the family code) if you do not agree about custody and visitation.
If their problems are not resolved, they may face a custody battle. The Celebrity IOU: Joyride presenter said in his lawsuit that his ex-wife barely spends about nine full days with their son each month. After returning Hudson to Haack’s care, the British TV personality went on to say that his current partner, Renée Zellweger, was compelled to suspend development on a film project because to COVID exposure by Haack.
Ant also mentioned Christina’s hallucinogenic toad venom activities. She admitted to taking the drug in July, as TMZ reported. Ant uses it as evidence of Christina’s unpredictability as a parent.
After a dramatic argument with her other ex-husband, Tarek El Moussa, and his new wife, Heather Rae Young, at a soccer game for the former couple’s kid, Brayden, Haack has made headlines once more. Brayden had a health scare the same weekend, but he is expected to recover fully. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates.
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