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Jeremy London Scores Legal Victory Against Mother-In-Law: You Can't Keep Me Away From My Son!

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Mar. 7 2014, Published 7:16 a.m. ET

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Troubled actor Jeremy London scored an important legal victory against the mother of his estranged wife, Melissa Cunningham, who attempted to have his 6-year-old son permanently taken away from him, and has all the court documents and exclusive details.

London's mother-in-law, Kayla Naima, claimed domestic violence against the 7th Heaven actor in June 2013 and filed a request for a restraining order with the Riverside County Court the same day.

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In the court documents, Naima also sought permanent guardianship of London's son Lyrik until he turns 18.

"I did not want Lyrik London my grandson to go swimming at 10:30 at night. I have permanent custody. We were at Jeremy's cousins house, next thing I was being verbally attacked by Jeremy and many family members," Naima claimed in the request for protection as to why she feared London.

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"It became a very hostile situation. I had to take Lyrik and go to a hotel."

Naima claimed that London, 41, threatened her with at least 200 text messages and phone calls saying "he wanted me dead."

London's mother-in-law cited other incidents in which he had previously lost his temper — including a Nov. 2011 incident in which Cunningham was granted a restraining order after he allegedly pulled her hair and injured her finger, and a July 2011 incident in which London had a "temper tantrum."

On Sept. 4, 2013 a hearing was held for Naima's request for a permanent restraining order against London for her and Lyrik.

Both London and Naima were present in the Riverside, Calif. courthouse where the judge found in favor of London — denying the restraining order, citing that Naima did "not meet the burden of proof."



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