Do not be slow. Ant AnsteadHe is unhappy about his and Christina Haack’s custody agreement over their 2-year-old son Hudson.
The Dealers and WheelersOn April 28, 43-year-old host filed a petition with an Orange County, California court seeking full custody for their toddler. Us WeeklyAt the time, confirmed.
Anstead, who was married for two years to Haack before their September 2020 separation, had previously agreed to share the custody of Hudson. But he has since changed his mind. After nearly one year of marriage, the exes welcomed their son in September 2019.
The British TV personality — who also shares daughter Amelie and son Archie with ex-wife Louise Storey — called out Haack for her alleged poor parenting in the April filing.
He claimed that the Flip or FlopAlum who shares daughter Taylor and son Brayden (with ex-husband) Tarek El Moussa, hasn’t been creating the safest environment for Hudson since their breakup.
Anstead claimed that Haack had returned Hudson to him in January without telling him that Hudson had tested positive for COVID-19.
“At the time, my partner [Renée Zellweger] was filming her new project and her covid diagnosis placed the whole production on pause,” he stated in the April court documents obtained by TMZ.
Anstead proceeded to call into question Haack’s ability to safely parent Hudson, referencing her past use of the hallucinogenic Bufo Alvarius toad venom as an example of her being unfit to care for the little one.
The Wellness Remodel coauthor previously revealed via Instagram in July 2021 that she “smoked a Bufo toad” while on her journey of self-discovery. It “basically reset my brain and kicked out years of anxiety in 15 mins,” she said of the experience.
Anstead’s filing for sole custody comes days after Haack revealed that she and new husband Joshua HallHad moved as a family from Dana Point, California to Newport Beach, California. UseIn April, it was confirmed that Hall and Haack had recently married after they were engaged in September 2021.
After news broke of Anstead’s custody petition, Haack told Use in a statement on April 28 that she is “deeply” saddened by his course of action in the matter. “I am a good mom and I love my children with all my heart,” she noted.
Scroll down to see what we know so far about Anstead and Haack’s custody battle: