RHOC's Tamra Judge's ex-husband lashes out in bitter custody battle statement
The Real Housewives of Orange County's Tamra Judge has just been publicly called out by her ex-husband, Simon Barney.
The two are in a bitter custody battle over their eldest daughter, Sidney, and Judge has been trash talking her ex across the web. It would seem he's finally had enough.
"I have always tried to keep quiet and take the high road," Barney explained in a statement to People. "Unfortunately the latest barrage of negative press has warranted some kind of statement. My statement is to set the record straight with facts, truths, not fabrications and accusations."
He added, "Not only does my daughter have to read and hear about what her mother says about her father on the internet and various talk-shows, she is forced to relive it over and over from her 'friends and classmates.'"
Rather, Barney said he is protecting his daughter. The courts recently found in favor of Barney that he was not responsible for parental alienation with Sidney, as Judge would have everyone believe. Sidney has also spoken out in the courts, saying she doesn't wish to have a relationship with her mother and would like to live with her father.
"The not so classy moments her mother is so famous for on the show which she is a main cast member, i.e., bathtub scene, talking about anal sex, talking about having sex with her husband, being topless, grabbing other women's body parts, trash talking, throwing wine, drunk, having her private parts in a man's face, having a male stripper's private parts in her face and being overall abusive," Barney listed of the moments he seeks to protect his children from in the statement.
But Judge continues to insist she is the victim in the situation. In an interview with Radar Online published on Friday, Judge claimed Barney was turning Sidney against her. Judge pointed out that she had sought to get therapy for both herself and her daughter to repair their relationship, and even the therapist referred to Barney as "the gatekeeper."
"I've tried everything to get my daughter help," Judge said. "Simon fought so hard to get Sidney out of therapy and he went as far as to drag his daughter into a courtroom to testify how she doesn't want any more therapy."