As previously noted, Jennifer Hudson obtained an order of protection against ex-fiancee David Otunga and TMZ.com has been able to get more details on what is contained in the documents.
Hudson said that Otunga has been “aggressive, threatening and harassing behavior toward me” and “I am now living in fear of further action David might take.”
She is saying that she was at a recording session with their son on Wednesday and Otunga made several phone calls to get in touch with her. When he could not reach her, he then asked their son to record video of what was going on in the session to show that she was dating one of the producers. She denies dating the producer.
Hudson says that once she got home, Otunga grabbed their son by the hand and then pushed Hudson out of their master suite. She says that this is the latest in a pattern of escalating and threatening behavior. Hudson also said that Otunga left a gun and holster on the kitchen counter and although it was a movie prop, “David knows that I am and have been very sensitive to firearms after my mother and my brother were murdered by a firearm.” She went on to say that she believed that it was left out as a taunt to intimidate and frighten her, which he accomplished.
The couple broke up several months ago and have been working on a custody agreement. The custody petition is asking for “significant decision-making responsibilities” and it says that she has been “solely responsible for making all major decisions” for their son, something that Otunga denies. His lawyer claims that she made up the allegations in order to gain an advantage in their custody dispute.
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