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Rosie O'Donnell Slammed By Ex Mother-In-Law Over Granddaughter: 'Wish I Could See Her'

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Is Rosie O’Donnell refusing to let her ex mother-in-law see her youngest daughter, Dakota?

The funny woman proudly shared a video of Dakota, 5, whom she adopted with her late ex, Michelle Rounds, in 2013. But on Thursday, Michelle’s mom, Gayla Rounds, admitted she hasn’t seen little Dakota – and dumped the guilt into O’Donnell’s lap!

“Mommy Mish would be so proud of her,” Gayla commented on Rosie’s video of the five-year-old. “I know this grandma is. Just wish I could see her.”

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As readers know, Michelle passed away on September 11, 2017 after she took her own life.

Before her sudden death, Michelle and Rosie were stuck in a dramatic custody dispute over Dakota. The former couple, who married in 2012, adopted Dakota together.

The nasty custody war turned ugly when O’Donnell tested positive for marijuana, the National ENQUIRER reported.

O’Donnell was eventually awarded full custody of Dakota, and moved to New York City with her daughter in 2017.

Michelle O’Donnell was the first to report O’Donnell’s recent engagement to her much-younger fiancée, Elizabeth Rooney. The two are currently living long distance.

Gayla Rounds could not be reached for comment for this story.

Do you think O’Donnell is intentionally keeping Dakota away from her grandmother? Sound off in the comments!

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