Last week, we reported that singer Jennifer Hudson and former wrestler, attorney and father of her child David Otunga reached a custody agreement after an arduous battle that included allegations of physical threats and abuse.
But according to The Blast, the details behind the arrangement have been released.
The two have agreed to maintain equal custody of their nine-year-old son David Otunga Jr. The deal is that they meet every two months to exchange their schedules to determine a schedule that will work for all parties during that two-month period. Then they agree to a final custody plan. The goal is that each parent would have David Jr. an equal amount of time.
There are also some additional details about the nature of their custody agreement. Each parent will play a role in making important decisions for their son.
As a part of the agreement, Hudson will pay an undisclosed amount of child support. Neither parent will bring significant others around their son until they are in a “serious, committed relationship” and “they will not have overnight guests of a romantic, intimate or dating nature stay overnight during his or her parenting time.”
Despite some of the earlier mess, hopefully this plan will work for all parties involved.