Usher Wins Custody Battle Of Sons Against Ex-Wife Tameka Foster

The R&B star Usher wins custody battle of two sons against his ex-wife Tameka Foster after she attempted t portray the singer as an absentee dad who was more interested in his career than their sons in court.

There were a bitter custody was created between the ex-couple over their two sons for months, but on Friday a lawyer in Georgia ruled in favour of Usher Raymond V, four, and Naviyd, three.

The R&B singer Usher Awarded Primary Custody Of Sons by the lawyer in Georgia

The R&B singer Usher Awarded Primary Custody Of Sons by the lawyer in Georgia

The former couple’s decision ends a drawn-out custody battle between the former spouses, who divorced in 2009 after their two years of marriage. Their little son Kyle Glover was died last month in a water boat accident as he found brain dead hospitalized.

Foster, who was fighting to joined custody of and have her monthly support payments increased, had claimed that Usher was too busy traveling to care of their children.

A lawyer for Usher said earlier this month that Foster was “incapable of being a proper parent” to the boys, saying that she “does not have the emotional stability to or capacity to bond with them, and therefore she is handicapped.”

Usher's Family spotted in portrait including stepson Kyle Glover

Usher’s Family spotted in portrait including stepson Kyle Glover

The news heated up in May, when Foster took the strand and admitted under oach that she had told Usher, “I will f**k you up.” In the same month, Usher reportedly rejected her request to allow their sons live permanently in the Georgia mansion he owns.

In July, the celerity website TMZ has learned that Usher hoped to win the custody battle quickly, in the wake of the jet ski incident that took his 11-year-old stepson, Kyle Glover, brain dead. Later that month, Glover has died as he taken off life support.

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