RHOC's Tamra Judge's daughter makes heartbreaking confession to judge
Tamra Judge's daughter might have just revealed the truth behind her mom's nasty divorce from Simon Barney.
According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Judge's 16-year-old daughter, Sidney, recent appeared in court to beg the judge not to continue making her spend time with her "monster" of a mother.
Though Sidney has been spending time in court-ordered therapy with her mother, it apparently hasn't done any good for their relationship. And this doesn't seem to just be teen angst.
Court documents reveal that the judge noted Sidney was "extraordinary [sic] reluctant to see and have a relationship with her mother."
Sidney has been living full-time with her father since October 2013, and he has been fighting for full custody of her ever since. But the documents found that Barney wasn't "involved in alienating conduct in this case," meaning that he's not the reason Sidney is reluctant to have a relationship with her mother.
Rather, Radar Online suggests that their relationship has been heated for a while and pointed to a series of court-released text messages as further proof of the unhealthy relationship.
Judge texted her daughter, "You treat me like shit. What have I done to you that you hate your own mother?"
To which Sidney replied, "Wait, so what you're saying is you don't think us kids went through a hard time in the divorce? Well, your [sic] acting like your [sic] going through such a hard time and we have the easy life... I can't talk to you cuz I can't trust you... Cuz u break promises."
Sidney also went on a Twitter rant in April 2014, accusing her mother of continually lying about her father, Barney.
Radar Online reports that the court found that "it is not in the best interest" of Sidney to require her to continue attending the therapy sessions with Judge.
Judge and Barney share two other children, Spencer and Sophia, aside from Sidney. The courts already dismissed Barney's attempt at gaining sole custody of Spencer and Sophia. But the battle for Sidney has continued, meaning so has the drama.