R&B crooner Usher Raymond appears to be stressing on day 3 of the Epic Raymond vs Raymond child custody battle in the Fulton County courthouse.
According to my spy, who has attended all of the court sessions, Usher had a very good day in court yesterday. His children's court-appointed guardian recommended that Usher receive full custody of his and Tameka Foster's two sons.
The court appointed guardian is back on the witness stand today. And my source tells me that Tameka Raymond's attorney scored some huge points in her cross-examination of the court ordered guardian.
(See what the children's court appointed guardian looks like after the break.)
One of the questions that the guardian could not provide a solid answer to was the fact that he neglected to order drug testing of Usher Raymond -- even though that was a concern for Tameka.
As the lawyer pressed the guardian for an answer, it was apparent to my source that the guardian's response was less than forthright.
Yesterday, my source reported that Tameka fired 11 nannies within a year, but today my source learned that Usher has actually fired 19 nannies himself!
During a break in the proceedings, the media asked Tameka why she fired so many nannies in such a short period of time. She reportedly replied that Usher refused to pay for the extra help.
Tameka made it a point to let the media know that Usher filed the custody petition to take her kids away from her just to be spiteful. (It seems that Tameka might be trying to get the media to sympathize with her).
She was also asked how she felt about joint custody of the kids, and she replied that she had no issue with the joint custody as long as Usher is not abusing any drugs around his children.
"I love all my children and he knows this," stated Tameka.
Also, it was revealed in court today that the children's court appointed guardian is being paid for by Usher. Interesting, since the guardian recommended that Usher get custody of the kids -- with no real basis for his decision other than he can afford to take care of them with the resources he has available to him.
It looks like the tide might be turning for Tameka. She just took the witness stand a few moments ago.