RHOC star Tamra Judge just won a custody battle against her ex-husband Simon Barney, who sued herÂ for full-custody of their three children; Sidney, Spencer and Sophia. But now, Simon has filed more court documents accusing Tamra of â€œinappropriateâ€ anxiety that causes their daughter Sidney, 16 years-old, to â€œsuffer physically, mentally, and emotionally.â€ And once againâ€¦ Simon is asking that a judge grant him full custody of their teenage daughter.
In October, a judge denied Simon’s request for more custody of his children with Tamra, but in the latest court filings obtained by RadarOnline, BarneyÂ is asking for full-custody of Sidney.
â€œI am in favor of a mother and daughter having a healthy relationship,â€ Simon claims in the court docs. â€œHowever, I do not want to jeopardize our daughter Sidneyâ€™s health and welfare at this time by forcing her to live with [Tamra] when they do not have a healthy relationship.â€
â€œForcing Sidney to live with her mother at this time against her will,â€ Barney continues, â€œmay make matters worse and potentially make their relationship even more strained.â€
Sidney has been living with her father since October 6, 2013, because, he writes, â€œshe felt extreme anxiety at her motherâ€™s home and because of [Tamraâ€™s] inappropriate behavior.â€
In one example, Simon alleges, Tamra admitted toÂ â€œtelling Sidney that she is no longer allowedâ€ in herÂ home because of her closeness with her father. These incidents, he claims, caused severe â€œstomach crampingâ€ that doctors diagnosed as anxiety-related.
The coupleâ€™s 2010 divorce and on-going battle hasÂ â€œcaused [Sidney] to suffer physically, mentally and emotionally,â€Â Simon claims in the documents.
Sidney was assigned a new court therapist months ago, per Simon’s request, but now Barney claims, â€œthe current therapy has not shown any signs of progressâ€¦ It will take more time and much more progress before any kind of amends are made between the two.â€
Until then, he says Sidney should live full-time with him, which would requireÂ a â€œmodification of the existing child custody and visitation order.â€Â Simon also wants $17,500 from his ex-wife, claiming Tamra makes more than $600,000 per years, and can afford it.
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