Usher and Tameka Foster were back in Atlanta’s Fulton County Court to resume the custody battle over their two sons 4-year-old Usher Raymond V and 3-year-old Naviyd. Raymond is seeking sole custody of the boys, saying Foster is not a good mother.
With the death of Foster’s 11-year-old son Kile Glover coupled with Foster’s apparent frustration with the way Raymond seems to be responding to the entire ordeal, the case that is reported to be wrapped up today, seems like it still has a lot to be decided.
On Tuesday, Foster said that after the accident, there was confusion over allowing Raymond visitation time.
“Of course, there is no provision for visitation regarding the death of a child. I’m sorry I didn’t stick with my visit days, but my son passed,” she said in a video hearing.
Foster says she questioned Raymond’s feelings towards her and begged him to withdraw his petition for custody several times.
“I was like, ‘It’s ridiculous, are you mad at me? I don’t know why. You know your kids are fine. They’re happy. They’re productive.’ … Maybe I don’t do everything perfectly, but I do the best I can,” Foster said.