By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to the USA Today, Chelsie Kyriss wants to get her children away from former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown. The two have three children together.
Kyriss is seeking sole custody of the children instead of its current situation between the two. She alleges that he “continues to demonstrate an incapacity to make decisions that are in the best interest of the minor children.”
She filed the complaint on Feb. 15. Together, the two have a two-year-old, a four-year-old, and a five-year-old.
“It is imperative to the safety and the welfare of the Petitioner and the minor children that the Petitioner be awarded sole parental responsibility, as shared parental responsibility would be detrimental to the minor children,” the court filing said, according to the post.
This was put in place near the time that Kyriss had an incident with Brown outside of his Hollywood, Florida residence. In the incident with Kyriss, Brown live streamed it on his Instagram account.
He accused her of stealing his cars. Also, when Kyriss and the children went in to the police car, Brown used not-so-nice language in their direction. He also bashed the officers, who then issued a refund of money previously donated.
This incident with Kyriss led Drew Rosenhaus, his former sports agent, to cut ties with him. His lawyer Darren Heitner also cut ties with Brown over the incident. The police, who were there to support Kyriss and the children as they were in a bad situation, also cut ties with the troubled receiver.
If Brown does get time with the children, she wants it to be supervised.
This news comes out as Brown is in trouble with the law. He has an active warrant out for his arrest following a burglary with battery following an incident on Tuesday with a moving company.
The relationship between Brown and Kyriss was toxic. In April 2018, he forced her out of the residence, where they lived together with the children. She was then prohibited from entering any of his residences without “written permission.”
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