Business Woman Sues Keith Sweat
Last Thursday in Atlanta, business woman and road kill wig hater, Lisa Wu Hartwell of The Really Broke Housewives of Atlanta, sued her ex-husband Keith Sweat for full custody for their two little kiddies. Lisa also wants some child support. Keith, how deep is your love and your wallet?
Access Atlanta says that the court papers filed by Business Woman state, “The best interest of the minor children will be served by modifying the current custody and visitation provisions to make Mother the primary physical condition of the minor children. Since the time of the Divorce Decree, Mother has remarried, owns a successful business and will provide a stable, loving, and nurturing environment in which she can raise the minor children. Mother seeks primary physical custody and joint legal custody with final decision-making on all issues regarding the minor children. She will reasonably engage Father in good faith discussions before any final decisions are made concerning the children's welfare.”
Keith got full custody in 2003, because according to the judge the children “lacked structure in their lives, due in substantial part to Mother’s numerous business ventures and frequent trips out of town … Mother has a history of spending money on herself excessively rather than providing for the children … There was some evidence at trial that Mother implicitly participated in robbing Father in the presence of the children. She also took money from Father prior to the initiation of this matter. This behavior causes the Court to question Mother’s maturity and judgment.”
The court's question will be answered 100% if they just watch the first season of that shit show.
Lisa and Keith's kids didn't take part in the first season of Broke Housewives, because he wouldn't sign off on it. So I know what Lisa's doing here. Bitch is a business woman and business comes first. Obviously, if she has control over the kids, she can sign them up for season 2! That means 2 extra paychecks in the house. I mean, she's a business woman.