Nicole Curtis’ custody battle for her baby might cause issues with Rehab Addict.
Last week, the 40 year old new mother announced that season 8 of the home improvement show is not certain due to her yearlong custody case over Harper Curtis-Maguire.
Now, however, Curtis west to social media to post that the new season will happen but under her own terms.
“Yes, don’t call it a comeback …. I’ve just been taking my sweet time doing what needed to be done. My guys and I are ready to rock it . No bs, you know how we do it 🙂 #detroit #isaidyes #noneedtofakeit#season8#rehabaddict#nicolecurtis#mom#nodrama#getyourhandsdirty#letsgo”
Curtis and her baby daddy, Shane Maguire have been fighting over their son since he was born in 2015. The case is still continuing and they are expected to meet in court again this month.
At the time, when the custody war began, Curtis said: “Having my newborn child’s face plastered all over social media . . . that wasn’t for me. It wasn’t anything strategic. It was just one of those moments where I was like, this isn’t anyone else’s time and space; this is mine.”
The judge ruled that Nicole was not allowed to travel to New Zeeland with Maguire and Harper. Instead the parents need to talk with their lawyers and come up with a three-month parenting schedule.
Maguire previously asked that Curtis go through a psychological evaluation but it was ruled unnecessary by the judge.
The Rehab Addict star answered this request by saying that they vacationed together in California just one day prior to his filing!
“Plaintiff exercised additional parenting time with the minor child on November 4, November 5, and November 6, in California,” the court documents claimed at the time.
“In fact, the parties spent significant time together in California during this period, and not once while the parties were together in California did Plaintiff raise any issues relative to the period of October 25 to October 29/30, nor did he raise any of the other issues raised in Plaintiff’s motion. Plaintiff completely neglected to mention same in his motion.”