Tyrese Big Win in Court Judge Allows 50/50 Custody of Daughter

Brunilde Fioravanti
Novembre 19, 2017

Tyrese Gibson is speaking out in a lengthy Instagram message after he was granted 50/50 custody of his 10-year-old daughter Shayla.

Judge Shelley Kaufman also made a decision to stop the enactment of a domestic violence restraining order that Mitchell filed against Tyrese in September, and deemed the claims that the latter physically harmed their daughter were "100 percent unsubstantiated". "It is a win because she gets to spend equal time with both of her parents in joint legal custody while she continues to grow in a happy and healthy environment - this has always been and will continue to be my priority", Tyrese said. Who unfortunately has been exposed to tension, private and public embarrassment and growing up and feeling torn between 2 parents who are no longer married.

He also called to Michael Moore, Netflix, and Tim Cooke for a potential movie on what happened in his life as he revealed "I got over 400 hours of logged and captured footage this will be bigger than Avatar cause "Fathers" and the lack of support in the courts is a universal issue", he wrote.

He said that for the past 10 years, he has been "the best father" he could be while facing "false accusations" by Shayla's mother and "while being thrusted into unexpected social media storms all while trying to fight for my career and stay afloat financially". The physical and emotional violence that Norma publicly accused of were all false and ruled to have no merit, no evidence, and was unsubstantiated in a court of law. His wife attempted the restraining order, but the judge denied her request. Tyrese had allegedly hit Shayla "between 12 to 16 times", according to court documents obtained by People, and "pushed [Shayla] to the ground, pinned her face down, put his knees on her back, grabbed her hands with one arm and beat her with the other".

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