In her request for a protecting order, Jennifer Hudson accuses her ex-fiancé David Otunga of ongoing harbading and threatening habits and claims he as soon as pushed her inside their residence.
“I am now living in fear of further action David might take,” the American Idol alum, 36, says within the order of safety, obtained by TMZ. Otunga has denied any claims of abuse or harbadment by way of his lawyer, who instructed PEOPLE he plans to file for major custody.
In a particular occasion, Hudson claims Otunga, 37, known as her repeatedly whereas she was at a recording session; when she didn’t choose up his calls, the star claims her ex then requested their Eight-year-old son David Otunga Jr. to document the scene, stories the location.
Hudson additionally reportedly claims within the authorized docs Otunga believes she is relationship one in all her producers, however she denies she is concerned with anybody new.
After she arrived residence that day, Hudson says Otunga was “visibly” offended and grabbed their son by the hand and pushed Hudson out of their master suite. The Oscar winner claims David Jr., a make-up artist and an badistant had been all current through the incident.
The Voice coach additionally says the retired wrestler often left a gun and holster — which he mentioned was a film prop — on their kitchen counter to intimidate her. “I believe that he left it out to taunt, intimidate and frighten me, which he absolutely accomplished,” she reportedly claims within the papers.
About a month after turning into engaged in Sept. 2008, Hudson’s mom, Darnell Donerson, and her brother Jason Hudson had been discovered fatally shot in a Chicago residence. Her 7-year-old nephew Julian King was discovered lifeless within the backseat of a automobile. Hudson’s former brother-in-law William Balfour was convicted of the murders in 2012.
PEOPLE confirmed solely Thursday night time Otunga and Hudson have ended their relationship after 10 years collectively. “Jennifer’s actions are solely taken in the best interest of their son,” her rep mentioned in an announcement relating to Hudson’s request for a protecting order, which provides Hudson possession of their residence and orders him to avoid her and their son.
Otunga’s lawyer Tracy M. Rizzo instructed PEOPLE in an announcement her consumer “never abused or harbaded Ms. Hudson or their son” and that he “looks forward to his day in court and in being awarded the residential care of the parties’ only child.”