Jennifer Hudson might have received an order of protection against estranged ex-fiancé David Otunga, but the WWE commentator just scored his first legal win in court.
According to TMZ, the 37-year-old Harvard Law grad was granted custody Tuesday of their eight-year-old son David Jr. from Thanksgiving day at 3PM to 7PM the following day.
Claiming he’s the ‘primary caregiver,’ the retired wrestler plans to ask the judge Monday to vacate the order of protection and grant him temporary custody of the boy.
David will also request to remain at their Chicago residence during the two weeks (November 26-December 8) the 36-year-old Oscar winner will be traveling for work.
Last Thursday, Hudson had Otunga thrown out of their home and told Illinois’ Cook County Court he displayed ‘increasingly aggressive, threatening, and harassing behavior.’
The breakdown reportedly resulted from disagreements over which one would get primary custody as well as accusations Jennifer cheated with her producer Mali Music.
The Live To Tell actor has vehemently denied all of the Remember Me songstress’ allegations of abuse and intimidation with firearms.
Before the legal drama, many doubted the couple would ever walk down the aisle due to their eye-popping, nine-year-long engagement.
Both kickstarted their careers on reality competitions – Hudson placed seventh on Fox’s American Idol in (2004), and Otunga placed third on VH1’s I Love New York 2 (2007).
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