Jennifer Hudson Accuses Ex of Lying About Getting Custody of Son
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Jennifer Hudson Accuses Ex of Lying About Getting Custody of Son

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Jennifer Hudson has filed an emergency court motion in a bid to stop her former fiance David Otunga leaking what she claims are false stories about their custody battle.

The "Spotlight" singer is accusing David or his associates of speaking to the press or posting on social media about the dispute over son David Jr., 8, to try and make himself look better.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, the 36-year-old star has claimed her former partner or his team have been telling media outlets he won primary custody of their son, but she insists that is false.

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And though she dropped an order of protection against the 37-year-old grappler last month, she insisted that was because he agreed to vacate their family home, not because he won custody of the youngster.

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She also stated David had signed a confidentiality agreement in August, but he is now denying the authenticity of the signature on the agreement.

Jennifer claimed David is deliberately trying to place her in a false light by creating negative news, and she thinks that is harmful to both their child and her career.

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But the Voice coach insisted that without her income, they would all be in financial ruin, and she described her ex-partner's career goals as ''voluntary underemployment." Ouch!

As well as wanting the court to ban David and his team from speaking out, she also wants him to be found in contempt.

As well as this, she wants the court to order him to issue a press release stating he never won primary custody of David Jr. and all the reports he has contributed to were false.

The order has not yet been ruled on.