The custody battle between Kimora Lee Simmons and Djimon Hounsou is getting messy as he threatens to take their son to Africa.
Things are getting pretty serious in the custody battle between Kimora Lee Simmons and her ex Djimon Hounsou.
The parents who share 10-year-old Kenzo Lee Hounsou are reportedly working with attorneys to settle out a custody agreement but have been hit with some major roadblocks.
This all started back in June when Hounsou accused Kimora of not letting him see their son as frequently as he would like to.
He sent out a statement saying;
“It would have been nice to see my son for father’s day,”
Kimora clapped back with a statement sharing that she has given Hounsou an open door policy but that he doesn’t take the time to see his son regularly.
While that may be the case, the problem lies in location. Kenzo currently lives in the US while Hounsou lives in Africa.
Sources say that Hounsou has threatened to move Kenzo to Benin with him. However, Kimora’s ex and father of her oldest daughters Russell Simmons released a statement saying that he
“told Djimon he could take the boy for a visit if he would sign a document promising not to take Kenzo to Africa, but Djimon refused to sign.”
As of now, there is no word on how their custody battle will turn out, but Kimora was served on Friday with Djimon’s joint custody petition, and Russell telling shared that Djimon is now asking, not just for joint custody, but child support although Djimon has yet to pay Kimora anything.