Holy hell! This divorce drama is coming to blows! With an added deathly toe pick!
Johnny Weir and his husband Victor Voronov are going through some serious shiz and it's getting uglier by the moment!
Voronov has submitted court documents that say a whole lotta not-so-nice stuff about Mr. Weir and vice versa!
First, Voronov says that Johnny’s claims are "blatant misrepresentations of what occurred during our marriage,” which only those two can really know for sure, but now Johnny is adding that the reason why he wants custody of their of their Japanese chin named Tema is because Victor abuses the dog!
Johnny has no idea why he even wants custody of their pet considering that he's seen him "strike the dog with force on occasion when we were married."
Not only that, but on one occasion, Johnny found Tema in a bag lying on their bed earlier this month crying and clawing to get his way out.
Meanwhile, Victor has filed a police report with the Lyndhurst PD in Jersey alleging that Johnny has threatened his life in a cryptic email!
The claim adds that Johnny is trying to make Victor look like the bad guy, saying, Weir is “embarking on a publicity frenzy to demonize me with the intent to further increase his already profitable celebrity status and goodwill."
And there's more too!
According to the docs, Voronov claims that Johnny also took:
"Crocodile Celine Bag, 40 Balenciaga Bags, 20 Furs (including a $125,000 Sable), Cartier Calibre Rose Gold Watch, Green Hermes Shoulder Birkin, Orange Hermes 35cm Birkin, and 12 Chanel Bags and numerous other items."
WOW! That is a lot of accessories!
This is getting so nasty!! Hopefully things will be settled when they meet in court next week, however if a judge finds that Johnny has violated the order, he could be thrown in jail.
Uh yeah, we have a feeling this isn't the last of the nastiness….
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