‘Real Housewives’ star’s child control conflict gets ugly
“Real Housewives of New York” star Jules Wainstein and disloyal hubby Michael Wainstein are fighting over control of their dual kids — with a father claiming she has a story of drug abuse.
The Wainsteins seemed Wednesday in Manhattan matrimonial court, their second coming in a former couple’s divorce proceedings. They now share control of their kids.
Michael Wainstein’s lawyer, Morghan Richardson, pronounced he wants control of a kids, claiming she “has a story of drug use and abuse.”
“Look no serve than to watch TV to see a bag of drugs that she carries around,” Richardson said, alluding to a summer part of “Real Housewives of New York” in that she talks about carrying lidocaine and Percocet with her.
Richardson also pronounced Jules Wainstein had a “stint during a rehab center” for drug abuse and an eating disorder.
Justice Michael Katz demanded justification of a purported drug abuse, such as an confirmation from their nanny, observant “I don’t try cases formed on what might or might not be on a television.”
Asked about allegations of drug abuse and her husband’s pull for custody, Jules Wainstein pronounced after a hearing, “I’m not authorised to talk, I’m sorry.”
Michael Wainstein concluded in Sep to compensate for a kids’ housing, propagandize and nanny costs, as good as yield a $200 weekly contribution for food.
Jules Wainstein also asked for $25,000 per month in child and wedding support — that Michael Wainstein fought, claiming he was struggling financially due to their high-profile split.
Katz eventually systematic Michael Wainstein to compensate Jules Wainstein $10,000 per month in child and wedding support. He also pronounced he would recur that figure after serve reviewing Michael Wainstein’s financial information.
However, Jules Wainstein’s counsel also pushed for a incomparable monthly subsidy from Michael Wainstein, observant they had grown accustomed to vital a life full with transport and excellent dining as good as home renovations.
“We should say a lifestyle,” pronounced her lawyer, Alan Mayefsky.
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