Ant Anstead wants to straighten the record.
HGTV star Christina Hall’s ex-husband (formerly Christina El Musa and then Christina El Musa Hack) made headlines last month after calling his ex-wife a deadbeat mother.
In documents obtained by TMZ, Anastasia requested that her two-year-old son (Hudson) be kept in custody with Christina, alleging in the paper that Hall rarely spent time with their child.
According to Unstadt, Christina has spent an average of “9 full days per month” with Hudson over the past 20 months.
Anastasia further alleges that Christina once returned Hudston to her home – not telling her that the baby had tested positive for COVID-19.
Finally, Anastasia accuses her ex of abusing her son, sharing her photos on social media to create a following, and occasionally using the child in paid / sponsored posts that make money for Christina.
Anastasia asked a judge to ban both of them And From using Christina Hudson for financial gain in any way … without the consent of the other party.
Earlier this week, Unstad uploaded photos and videos of his two older children – 15-year-old Archie and 18-year-old Amelie, which he shared with his first wife, Louise Story – on May 22, requesting a follower to write:
“Don’t take Hudson away from his mother. You’ll never forgive yourself, Ant.”
In response, the ants fired back:
“Huh?” Who told you That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. “
Instead, she married Flip or Flop Alam in December 2018 The spouses announced their divorce in September 2020 and finalized their divorce nine months later.
“We are grateful for each other and, as always, our children will be our priority,” Christina said shortly after.
In April, Celebrity IOU: Joyride Host filed an urgent petition for Hudson’s sole custody, apparently for all the reasons cited above.
One judge dismissed the petition, and the judge will return to court later this year.
Instead, though, Sunday’s social media warns followers not to read any “click bait” across the celebrity gossip blogsphere.
“I am deeply saddened by what the ants are doing,” Christina said in April:
“If it’s really about Hudson, as he said, it should have been handled privately by a personal judge or arbitrator, as my attorney and I 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.”
Instead, in the meantime, keep trying and explain your point to the public.
A while ago, he posted a video of Hudson kicking a soccer ball.
Under the ant’s Instagram post, one commenter wrote, “I thought you didn’t want to exploit Hudson on social media,” prompting a response from the reality star:
Absolutely not me. Being a kid and capturing biological moments in the footsteps of a toddler is all for me. A beautiful diary to keep it and look back.
But being a ‘used’ doll for business gain and being made for acting makes my stomach sick. The two are certainly very different.