Rap mogul Ludacris filed or a restraining order against his baby's mama after the Dept. of Child Services suspended his visitation with his daughter due to a complaint of child abuse.
According to theJasmineBrand.com, Tamika Fuller filed a child abuse complaint against Luda after her daughter returned from with a skin rash.
In court documents, Luda, whose real name is Chris Bridges, said his daughter had a "common rash" that was treated by a doctor.
In 2015, Bridges was awarded primary custody of his daughter with Fuller. He said since then Fuller has violated the terms of the court order at every turn.
For example, he says she continuously drops off their daughter at daycare on Fridays even though he arranged for a private tutor for the child on Fridays.
The 38-year-old father-of-3 said Fuller ignores his requests for her to take the child to a doctor he chose rather than a doctor of her own choosing.
And he complained that she makes unscheduled visits to the child's daycare even after the staff asked her not to come by.
Bridges said Fuller retaliated by filing a child abuse complain with the Dept. of Children's Services. He said DCS contacted him on May 19th and informed him that, "pursuant to department protocol, his parenting time with his kid was suspended."
Bridges asked the court to sanction Fuller for violating the terms of the court order, and force her to comply with the original judge's ruling regarding visitation.
He also wants Fuller to pay his attorney's fees and other legal expenses.
In June, the Georgia Court of Appeals denied Fuller’s motion for an appeal and refused her request for child support.