Jesse Williams’ Divorce Just Took Another Dramatic Turn
Every time I think it has calmed down, another wave of drama hits the S.S. Jesse Williams Personal Life and we’re back at it again. TMZ says the latest development in the divorce fight between Jesse Williams and his estranged wife Aryn Drake-Lee involves their two kids again.
To recap, Jesse and Aryn have two children: 3-year-old Sadie and 22-month-old Maceo. Jesse and Aryn tried to work out a joint custody agreement, but that ended with Jesse accusing Aryn of being stingy with his visitation time, and Aryn accusing him of blabbing to the press about their problems. We also know that Jesse is probably dating the reason his relationship might have ended, aka Minka Kelly. That brings us to today.
Aryn has reportedly demanded sole custody of their children, because she doesn’t want her kids exposed to Jesse’s “revolving door” of women. Hmmm…what was that about your marriage not ending because you thought a girl you work with is cute, Jesse?
Aryn has earned a membership in Helen Lovejoy’s “Won’t somebody PLEASE think of the children!” club by alleging that Jesse has exposed their children to at least one “intimate partner,” and possibly more. Aryn wants a judge to order Jesse to keep any women away from their kids until he’s dated said women for at least six months.
It’s not just hanging out with “Auntie Minka” that has Aryn concerned for her kids. Aryn alleges that Jesse’s “violent temper” got him involved in a road rage incident last month with his next-door neighbor. Aryn claims the neighbor flipped Jesse off, which Jesse allegedly responded to by “aggressively” pursuing the neighbor while his two children were in the car. Aryn also claims Jesse threatened to kill the neighbor. Oh boy.
According to Aryn, their kids are showing signs of psychological damage, and she wants that sole custody as soon as possible. One last thing: Aryn also doesn’t like that Jesse is posting cute pictures on Instagram of their kids, because she thinks he’s doing it for the wrong reasons (ie. so people think he’s a good guy). I hate to be the one to tell Aryn, but that’s kind of what most social media is. It’s not really real. Like, when I post a picture of a pie I made to Instagram, I don’t post a follow-up picture of the empty pie tin and a selfie of me trying to find a website that proves a whole pie counts as a daily serving of fruits and vegetables. Aryn, you might have a hard time fighting for that last one in court.