He made his debut in the ring under the stage name Dawson Alexander soon after.
Jennifer Hudson is in no rush to tie the knot with her longtime fiancé, David Otunga.
After nearly 10 years together, Jennifer Hudson and fiancé David Otunga have called it quits.
Hudson denies having a relationship with the producer, who she once referred to as her "dream artist." As noted, Hudson claims that she was at a recording session in Chicago last Wednesday with their 8-year-old son. Hudson is much less available to care for the child as a result of her constant traveling, but Mr. Hudson of the child's activities and whereabouts." Hudson also alleges that Otunga left a gun and holster on their kitchen counter.
The couple was in the process of ending their relationship for a “number of months,” a statement released by Hudson’s reps said.
The Oscar winner’s filing a protective order against Otunga was in “the best interest” of their child, according to in these slideshows“Mr. Hudson or their son, and it is unfortunate, especially in today’s climate, that she would feel the need to make these false allegations against him. Otunga looks forward to his day in court and in being awarded the residential care of the parties’ only child,” the statement read.
She claims that Otunga grabbed their son by the hand and physically pushed Hudson out of the master suite, which was also witnessed by a makeup artist and an assistant. Otunga wants to make it very clear that he denies each and every allegation contained in that petition. Otunga is now and has always been the primary caregiver of the parties' son," Rizzo told in a statement. Hudson thought it was appropriate to have their son at a recording studio until a.m. Hudson's petition was a prop that he used for an audition, just as he told her it was at the time she saw it in their house," Rizzo said. Hudson has filed this petition in a calculated manner to not only have Mr.
Hudson received the protective order, claiming that Otunga displayed "aggressive, threatening and harassing behavior toward me" and that she is "now living in fear of further action David might take." Otunga's attorney, Tracy M. Otunga removed from the family home, but also in an effort to insert herself as the child's primary caregiver." Rizzo added that Otunga was informed of the protective order when police removed him from his home in the presence of their son last Thursday. Otunga only learned of the Order of Protection when the local police removed him from his home in the presence of the child at the direction of Ms.