Jesse James ex-wife filed a police complaint against him, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Janine Lindemulder, the mother of Jesse’s daughter Sunny, filed a complaint with Texas police against Jesse after he refused to allow her to pick-up their daughter from school for the third week in a row.
Police spokesperson Irene Hernandez of Hays County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to RadarOnline.com that the complaint was filed against James on September 24 for interfering with child custody.
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“I will try and be back at the school once again tomorrow (Friday) to pick her up. Jesse just doesn’t care that he is in breach of the terms and conditions laid down by the court but what more can I do here?”
James and Lindemulder are scheduled to return to Orange County Family Court later this month after Lindemulder requested a '730' evaluation plus a modification in visitation and counseling for herself, Sunny and Jesse James.
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