Daly accused Moore of violating a court order by allowing their 4-year-old daughter to be near a fight on RHOA and asked the court to find her in contempt. Moore has primary custody of their daughter, while Daly has visitation rights. During their custody battle, Daly tried to prevent their daughter from appearing on the show, but Moore argued that her contract required her to share all aspects of her life. The judge ruled in Moore’s favor, stating that there was no evidence of her putting their daughter in any inappropriate situations.
Daly filed a contempt of court motion against Moore for allegedly violating a court order by allowing their daughter to be near a near-fight on RHOA, but the judge sided with Moore and allowed their daughter to appear on the show, stating that there was no evidence of Moore putting their daughter in any inappropriate situations.
Kenya Moore and Marc Daly have been embroiled in a custody battle over their 4-year-old daughter, Brooklyn. As part of their previous legal dispute, Daly attempted to prevent their daughter from appearing on the popular reality show, Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA). However, Moore argued that her contract with the show required her to showcase all aspects of her life, including her daughter.
In a recent court hearing, Daly accused Moore of violating a court order by allowing their daughter to be near a tumultuous altercation on the show. Seeking to hold Moore in contempt, Daly believed that such an incident jeopardized the well-being of their child. However, the judge sided with the reality star, citing a lack of evidence suggesting that Moore would place their daughter in any inappropriate situations.
In July, Daly requested the court’s intervention once again, this time seeking to find Moore in contempt for allowing their daughter to be exposed to a potential fight. With primary custody awarded to Moore, Daly only has visitation rights. Despite their ongoing legal battles, it is clear that both parents are concerned about the welfare of their daughter and are seeking to protect her best interests.
Ultimately, the judge’s ruling indicates that Moore is within her rights as an RHOA cast member to feature her daughter on the show. While the court acknowledges the potential risks associated with reality television, no evidence suggests that Moore’s actions have been detrimental to Brooklyn’s well-being. As the custody battle continues, it remains to be seen how these legal conflicts will impact the co-parenting relationship between Moore and Daly.