Home Videos Photos
PerezHilton CocoPerez Selena Gomez Coco Austin Khloe K. Adele PerezTV

Usher's Ex Tameka Foster Wants Aunt In Charge Questioned Over Pool Incident!

| Filed under: Legal MattersUsherFamilyCeleb KidzPerezcious Parenting


Usher's ex Tameka Foster wants the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help her god!

Which is why she's been trying to issue her ex's aunt with a subpoena to testify at her emergency custody hearing today, but unfortunately has not been able to find the aunt in order to serve her.

Tameka hoped to question Aunt Rena about what happened on the fateful day she was supposed to be watching her and Usher's son Usher Raymond V the day he nearly drowned.

Since she can't serve Rena, the aunt doesn't have to show up. However Tameka still has a pretty good case against her ex as she argues for primary custodial rights.

Her main point during this legal battle will be the fact that there was no drain cover on the pool that day. Which is where her young boy got his arm stuck and subsequently nearly drowned.

Guess we'll have to wait and see if the judge decides Usher's kids really would be safer living with their mom.

Stay tuned!

[Image via WENN.]

Tags: , , , ,

Email this  »
Cutest Celeb Family Halloween Costumes!
Halloween 2015: All The Hottest Celebrity Costumes!
Celebrities Who Have Adopted!
Hollywood's Most Tarnished Parent-Child Relationships
Kaley Cuoco & Ryan Sweeting Through The Years Months!
The Top Ten Craziest Lawsuits Filed Against Celebs!

2 comments to “Usher's Ex Tameka Foster Wants Aunt In Charge Questioned Over Pool Incident!”

  1. 1

    This does not seem like a good case to me. Is she saying that SHE would have noticed that the drain did not have a proper cover? I seriously doubt it. This looks like a money grab to me.

  2. karen says – reply to this


    Women haven't caught up to the fact that judges don't automatically side w/ them anymore. She'd better learn to pick & choose her battles more carefully. Judges have started terminating visitation for mothers who keep accusing fathers of neglect or abuse.