A judge has denied Ant Anstead’s request for full custody of the two-year-old, who he shares with ex-wife Christina Hack.
Court documents obtained by Page Six show that an Orange County Supreme Court judge ruled on Thursday that Anstead did not have an “inadequate presentation” of the concerns surrounding Hudson and did not give Huck sufficient notice.
Instead, the ex-couple will appear at a hearing on June 28 to present their arguments about whether the requested change of custody should be granted.
Anstead’s representative had no comments.
Hack’s representative did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on the judge’s decision, but the “Flip or Flop” star said she was “deeply saddened” by the former “Wheeler Dealers” co-host’s introduction. Who described her as a bad mother.
“What Ant is doing deeply saddens me. If this really concerned Hudson, he says, this should have been dealt privately with a special judge or mediation, as my attorney and I have suggested,” she said in a statement.
“I’ve had my share of ups and downs but I’m a good mom and I love my kids with all my heart and will always protect them.”
Last summer, the former couple were granted joint legal and physical custody of their son After their divorce. Huck, 38, and Anstead, 43, married in 2018.
Amid general news about the guardianship battle, the ‘Christina on the Coast’ star is also Share a mysterious quote From author Jonathon Muncie Storm on “toxic” people.
“When a toxic person can’t control you, they will try to control the way other people see you,” she captioned her post, citing Jill Blackaway. “Misinformation will seem unfair, but you stay above it, and trust that others will eventually see the truth just as you did.”
She also has two children with her first husband, Tariq El Moussa: daughter Taylor, 11, and son Brayden, 6, and Asted is also father to daughter Amelie, 18, and son Archie, 15, from his previous marriage to Louise Storey.
Huck has since married, after She secretly tied the knot with Joshua Hall.