'RHOC' Star Shannon Beador Is Making Big Changes After Cheater David's Latest Request
Shannon Beador is making some big changes as her custody battle with ex David Beador heats up. The Real Housewives of Orange County star, who is accustomed to dealing with drama on the show, is switching things up after David's latest custody request.
Last week, David filed a motion that would stop Shannon from drinking around their children. He also wanted her to be completely sober hours before picking them up.
Shannon quickly fired back and slammed David for trying to embarrass her in public. She also claimed that he was using drama from the show to make her look bad.
With the custody battle heating up, OK Magazine reports that Shannon decided a change was in order for the holiday season.
Last week, Shannon shared a photo of her newly decorated Christmas tree. But instead of traditional ornaments, the RHOC star opted for a beach-themed tree this year — and she even included her dog, Archie, in the shot.
"Archie sitting by our beach-themed tree dreaming about the Christmas gifts he is going to receive," she wrote.
The Christmas post came amid rumors that Shannon dealt with some serious drama over the holidays.
Inside sources claim that Shannon's daughters, Sophie, Stella, and Adeline, could not decide where they wanted to spend Christmas.
The situation got even worse after David's new girlfriend, Lesley Cook, posted a photo of the stockings she hung for the girls at David's house.
Fortunately, insiders say that David and Shannon worked things out and had the girls split Christmas between them. The children spent half the day with Shannon and the other half with David.
Although things worked out this time, Shannon and David's custody battle is far from over.
While David stands by his latest request, sources claim that Shannon is trying to get him to drop it. The RHOC star has apparently already addressed the issue and does not believe it will continue to be a problem.
Shannon Beador and David Beador announced their divorce in the fall of 2017.