Back to court!
Jenelle and Nathan met in court over the last few months Radar confirmed, battling over their little boy.
According to bombshell court documents obtained by Radar, the Department of Social Services was ordered to provide information gathered regarding Jenelle, Kaiser and Nathan.
He has repeatedly accused his ex of abusing the child and abusing drugs, reasons he cited in court documents for the judge to award him full custody of Kaiser.
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According to new documents obtained by Radar, Jenelle and Nathan met multiple times in court after mediation over their custody situation failed.
The court ordered all paperwork to be turned over in the case regarding the investigation into Kaiser’s home life before the trial that was set for May.
“Department of Social Services shall provide any reports and/or family assessments pertaining to the parties named in this action to counsel for the parties,” the documents obtained by Radar stated.
Previously, Nathan filed court documents describing the horrific situation he believed Kaiser lived in and was asking for a judge to award him full custody of the 4-year-old boy.
Nathan and his mother, Doris Davidson, were trying to gain custody of Kaiser and used Jenelle’s past drug history against her.
“Both Plaintiff and her spouse have drug dependency and substance abuse issues,” Nathan’s court documents stated about Jenelle and David.
Nathan gave multiple reasons why he should have custody of Kaiser, writing in court documents: “Plaintiff is frequently in criminal trouble, being arrested in excess of 20 times.”
Nathan also noted that he did not want Kaiser to be around David, asking the judge to prohibit him “from having contact with the minor child.”
Nathan’s court documents also noted Jenelle “has been to rehab two to three times but upon information and belief has never completed the prescribed treatment.”
Nathan claimed Kaiser and Ensley were born with drugs in their system. “The minor child in question as well as another of Plaintiff’s children did test positive for THC at birth.”
Nathan explained why he believed he should have custody instead Jenelle in his court documents. “The Defendant has and will continue to provide a home environment and family atmosphere productive to the health, development, and well-being of the minor child. That it is in the best interest of the minor child that the plaintiff shall be allowed only secondary placement in the form of visitation as it can be mutually agreed upon as to not affect minor child’s school/extracurricular activities.”