Desire for change. Christopher “CT” Tamburelloex-wife, Lilianet Solaresrequested a change of custody of their 7-year-old son five months after they filed for divorce.
Solares, 30, filed an emergency petition for “temporary assistance to suspend all time-sharing (and) single parental responsibility and other assistance” on April 7. Us weekly I can confirm.
Her requests were considered during an emergency hearing via Zoom on Wednesday, April 12, which resulted in the motions being “partially granted and partially denied,” according to court documents obtained by Us on Friday, April 14th.
“The wife’s petition to suspend her husband’s joint work and parental responsibility was rejected,” the judge concluded.
During the hearing Competition The 42-year-old star agreed “not to discuss or release any intimate details regarding the parties’ litigation, settlement negotiations, minor child.”
Tamburello also stated in open court that he would not make “any allegations against the wife, including slanderous statements about the wife, in any form, including but not limited to social media posts and/or interviews.”
Both parties signed an agreement that their divorce proceedings would be hidden from their son, CJ. According to the documents, Tamburello and Solares will not “make disparaging comments about the other parent.”
The lawyer was also appointed as “Ad Litem’s guardian” for their son. CJ’s father is expected to cover 75 percent of the attorney’s fees and his mother 25 percent. There will be a case management conference on Thursday, June 8 to further discuss this issue.
Challenge: Double Agents The alums filed for divorce in November 2022 after more than four years of marriage. The following month, Solares petitioned for their son to basically live with her in the estranged couple’s family home.
The Cuban native, who married Tamburello in 2018, said in documents dated December 2022 that “the house is tense and hostile because of this trial.” In a statement, she said she wanted to “protect the underage child from legal proceedings and protect from any stress that may be caused by a hostile situation between the parties.”
Last month, the duo agreed to a temporary financial and custody arrangement. According to March documents, Solares agreed to move out of their joint home into a rental property that the reality TV star invested $7,200 into.
At that time, the TV presenter and his ex-wife agreed on a schedule for spending time together, according to which each parent spends days with his son in turn. In addition to the rent, Tamburello was ordered to provide Solares with temporary support of $761 per month.
Earlier this month nine times Trial The winner opened up about his life since the breakup, revealing that he lost “65 fucking pounds” due to stress.
“I don’t know what the hell happened, I don’t know,” Tamburello said in an April 7 Instagram video, before detailing his ups and downs. “I’m tired of being dragged. Look, I can look my mother, my father, my son, my mother, her parents too, (and) God in the eyes. … I can honestly say that I gave you everything you asked for, including this divorce. Why am I being dragged?”
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In the clip, he stated that Solares “is out of business, you don’t have a car (and) the judge said, ‘No’, you won’t get any more money because you are the king of the mess.” with reference to their child support agreement.