The verdict comes Friday, a day after the "Celebrity IU: Joyride" host, 43, filed an emergency court order in Orange County, which was obtained by E! Review by News and Today. In the order, Anastasia requested full custody of Hudson, claiming that the "Christina on the Coast" star, 38, spends an average of only nine days a month with Hudson.
Unstadt also claimed that Hall had previously put Hudson's health at risk. For example, he mentions an alleged incident of Hudson's sunburn while he was in charge of the hall.
According to E, Antid's application was rejected due to an "insufficient" display of stress issues! News. The couple's custody will be reviewed at a June 28 hearing.
In response to the submission to the court, e! "I am deeply saddened by what the ants are doing," the statement said. If it's really about Hudson, as he says, it should have been handled personally by a personal judge or arbitrator, as my attorney and I have suggested. "
"I've got my ups and downs," she continued, "but I'm a good mother and I love my children with all my heart and I will always protect them."
Unstad and Hall tied the knot in a surprise ceremony in December 2018 The couple separated in September 2020 and finalized their divorce in June 2021.
Hall, who recently married her third husband, Josh Hall, has two more children - a daughter, Taylor, 11, and a son, Braden, 6, with ex-husband and former "Flip or Flop" co-star Tarek El Musa.
“Christina is a very driven and incredible woman who has an ability to brush anything off and keep herself composed while being a positive influence in these kids lives while achieving success in anything she does,” Josh wrote in an Instagram caption with a picture with his family on April 29, 2022.