Kate Hudson And Chris Robinson Are Dealing With A Bit Of Custody Drama

February 28, 2017 / Posted by:

Let’s all take a trip back to 11 years ago, back to the You, Me and Dupree days of 2006 when Kate Hudson was quitting her six-year marriage to Chris Robinson. When Kate and Chris first finalized their divorced a year later, they were both granted joint custody of their (then) 2-year-old son Ryder. That arrangement seemed to be working for them. Kate and Chris always seemed they kind of had a no-drama divorce (well, except for the rumor about Kate’s married ass getting with Owen Wilson), but ten years later, things may be a little less cool and easy-going between them.

E! News says that Chris recently requested a California court to re-open their custody agreement. According to the documents, both Chris and Kate have agreed for a court-appointed official to come in and perform a child custody evaluation. They’ve also signed off on the custody evaluator to include recommendations for a parenting plan that would address custody, both legal and physical, as well as visitation based on the best interests of 12-year-old Ryder.

The evaluator would also have full access to doctor, psychotherapist, mental health, and employment records of both Chris and Kate. If requested, both Chris and Kate and maybe even Ryder might have to submit to drug, alcohol, and psychological testing.

Apparently that kind of evaluation costs $7,500, and Kate has agreed to pay for it.

The threat of a possible drug test just made me nervous, and I’m not even the one who has to get one. Both Kate and Chris have admitted to getting high, so I can only imagine they’re both sweating a little right now too. I think the only thing that Kate is probably sweating more than peeing into a cup is the thought of the evaluator grilling her about her employment. Specifically, a question about whether or not her stretch pants company Fabletics is a scam. “Uh…well…let’s get back to the questions about drugs and booze, how about that?

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