July 28, 2019
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After two nasty years, It looks like an agreement has finally been made in the custody battle being fought by Jennifer Hudson and her ex-fiancè David Otunga.
The battle began when Otunga was originally awarded full custody after the couple’s split in 2017. It has now been decided in court that the ex-lovers will share joint custody of their son David Jr. According to court documents, Hudson must pay Otunga an unspecified amount in monthly child support along with these other stipulations:
– Both David Otunga and Jennifer Hudson will have joint-custody of David, Jr.
– Both parents must be involved in making “important decisions” regarding their nine-year-old
– David Jr. will be raised in the Christian faith
– Both parents must agree on a public school in Illinois, and cannot release him from school without warning
– Both parents must help the child with homework
There was also a specific condition as it relates to the parents’ personal dating lives.
“Significant others can not be introduced to their son until they are in a serious and committed relationship, and they will not have overnight guests of a romantic, intimate or dating nature stay overnight during his or her parenting time.”
It was no surprise that this was a sour process as the couple had a nasty break up after the Grammy-winning songstress got a restraining order against the retired WWE wrestler claiming he pushed her while she was holding their son.
The couple never made it down the aisle, calling it quits after 10 years of dating, 9 of which they were engaged.
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