Tamra Judge's nasty custody battle with her ex-husband over their daughter has flared up again — and she's determined to fight it out this time around.
RadarOnline.com has obtained recently filed court documents that detail how the Real Housewives of Orange County star is ready to do anything to repair her relationship with Sidney, her 16-year-old daughter with ex-husband Simon Barney, whether he likes it or not.
As Radar reported, Judge had already faced off against Barney in a nasty custody fight over their three children.
Judge, 47, eventually relinquished sole custody of 16-year-old Sidney to her former hubby — but under strict guidelines.
Judge now explains in the new legal documents that she agreed to the change in custody and Sidney living with her father full time because she believed they would all be bound to follow the court order to do exactly as therapist Dr. Linda Grossman recommended.
Judge claims the therapist said all three of them needed to complete a class entitled "Overcoming Barriers". However, Judge reveals how when she reached out to her ex to confirm he would be participating in the class with her and Sidney he refused.
Judge insists this is a direct violation of the court order stating they had to follow all of the therapist's directions, and she says her ex is now in contempt of court.
Judge, who currently only has visitation rights to Sydney, then goes on to blast Barney, alleging that her former spouse just wants to alienate their daughter from her and that this latest incident is even more proof of her belief.
But Barney claimed in court papers that Sydney suffered from extreme anxiety due to living with Judge. He also alleged that his ex had told the teen that she was no longer allowed in her house because of her strong bond with him. Barney went on to say Sidney suffered severe cramps, difficulties in school and public ridicule as a result of her anxiety and the situation with her mom.
A hearing has been set for August 28 for Judge and Barney to appear before the court in the matter.