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Tameka Raymond, Usher's ex-wife, is somewhat unhappy with her former husband and father of her children. She's so unhappy that she's reportedly filed court documents in Georgia asking a judge to give her full custody of her sons.
According to the complaint, Usher has done the following acts, which are not permitted under their custody agreement:
And, most egregious of them all:
Fashion lovers would agree that this is indeed quite harsh.
Raymond is also seeking a modification of the child support agreement, stating that there's been a substantial change in Usher's income since their agreement was finalized in 2009.
Substantial changes in a parent's income may be the basis for a court ordering a modification of child support payments. If Usher's income did substantially increase since 2009, he could be ordered to pay more. Conversely, if his income had substantially dropped he could ask for a modification to pay less.
And maybe Tameka Raymond is right about Usher's income. In 2010, he released his third Billboard No. 1 album, Raymond v. Raymond. Certainly those sales led the singer to live quite a comfortable life. So should he be able to deny his ex the pleasures of a Saks card?