12:03 PM EDT 11/19/2013
Originally posted 11/08/2013 04:40PM
The father of Bristol Palin's son is seeking at least equal custody.
Levi Johnston filed a petition for custody last month saying he wants 4-year-old Tripp to be in his mother's and father's lives equally.
The couple had agreed in 2010 that Palin would have primary physical custody and the two would share legal custody, according to Thomas Van Flein, Palin's attorney at that time. Johnston was given visitation and had agreed to pay child support.
Originally posted 08/14/2013 10:35AM
Tameka Foster says she doesn't blame her ex-husband Usher for a pool accident that sent her oldest son to the hospital on Aug. 5. But she is angry that it happened when he was away and she was not there to protect the boy herself.
Speaking to Good Morning America's Dan Abrams on Wednesday, Foster, 42, recounted the dreaded phone call she got from Usher, 34, saying it brought her back to the moment when she lost her son Kile Glover last year in a jet ski accident on Georgia's Lake Lanier.
"I said, 'I've had this call before,' " Foster said Wednesday. "I didn't blame him for it. I was just angry that it happened on his watch. Never have my children been injured on my watch."
Originally posted 08/29/2012 01:10PM
Since their 2009 divorce, Kelly Rutherford and her ex-husband, Daniel Giersch, have been involved in a heated custody battle ... and three years later, it's as nasty as ever.
The bitter dispute spans the globe as Giersch, who lives in Monaco, is barred from returning to the U.S. because of a revoked visa. The Gossip Girl actress, 43, has been fighting for sole custody of Hermes, 5, and Helena, 3, so she may keep them in the country.
On Tuesday, a judge ruled that Rutherford's schedule is flexible enough to allow her to travel back and forth to Monaco to visit her children.
"Kelly is devastated by the court ruling and will never stop fighting for her children," her spokesperson tells PEOPLE. "An appeal is already in the process."
"To protect the children and also Kelly, I have decided to continue not to comment," Giersch tells PEOPLE. His lawyer, Fahi Takesh Hallin, meanwhile says Giersch is "focused on co-parenting the children, and continuing to promote any and all contact of the children with Kelly."
Originally posted 02/28/2012 06:00PM
It sounds like one of Hollywood's most contentious custody battles is taking a turn for the better.
A source confirms to PEOPLE that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer, 43, and her ex-husband Kelsey, 57, have finally reached an amicable settlement in the case involving their two young children Mason and Jude.
The two kids will stay in California with their mother, while Kelsey will be closely involved, according to the source, who also says a financial settlement is close to being reached.
Originally posted 10/20/2007 08:20PM
Britney Spears has regained visitation rights of her sons, Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1, PEOPLE has learned.
The singer on Saturday was spotted driving with her children in Studio City, Calif., in her white Mercedes convertible, which was decorated with pumpkins on the dashboard.
Originally posted 10/19/2007 08:05AM
No baby Blackout yet: A day after court documents revealed
that Britney Spears's visitation rights were revoked, her
ex Kevin Federline's attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan
tells PEOPLE she will likely regain the privilege before their next court
hearing on Oct. 26.
"She has complied with the part of the order [causing the suspension]," Kaplan says. "I expect that visitation will be reinstated."
Originally posted 10/18/2007 11:35AM
Britney Spears has lost visitation rights for now with sons Preston, 2, and Jayden, 1, according to a court document released Thursday.
"[Spears's] visitation with the minor children is suspended pending [her] compliance with court orders," the document reads.
Originally posted 10/11/2007 09:30AM
Britney Spears attended a custody hearing Thursday, addressed the judge in a "soft and respectful voice," and finally got some good news: she may now have overnight visits with her sons.
Originally posted 10/10/2007 07:00PM
David Hasselhoff will likely not lose custody of his daughters, his lawyer Melvin Goldsman tells PEOPLE, due to a hospitalization for what the actor's rep called a relapse.
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