Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore accused her ex-husband, Marc Daly, of being an absentee father who has only seen their daughter a couple of times in the past two years. In court documents, Moore claimed that Daly had been inconsistent with his FaceTime calls and failed to stick to their established schedule for contacting their child. Moore also stated that she had made efforts to settle the case amicably, but Daly had hindered the proceedings.
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore accused her ex-husband Marc Daly of being an absentee father who has only seen their daughter a couple of times in the past two years, as she fought Daly’s demand she be held in contempt of court.
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore made shocking accusations against her ex-husband, Marc Daly, during a recent court hearing. According to court documents, Moore claimed that Daly had only seen their daughter a couple of times in the past two years and referred to him as a “FaceTime” father. The bombshell came as Moore defended herself against Daly’s accusation that she violated a court order.
Earlier this month, Daly accused Moore of not informing him when their 4-year-old daughter, Brooklyn, appeared on camera for RHOA and a pizza company commercial. He argued that Moore had violated the court order, which required her to notify him of any opportunities involving their daughter. Daly was particularly upset about a recent episode of RHOA, where Brooklyn was present during a fight scene involving Moore’s co-star, Marlo Hampton.
In response to Daly’s claims, Moore denied violating the court order and stated that she had informed him about the pizza commercial. She also defended the situation with Hampton, saying that Brooklyn was sound asleep and that the incident was dealt with quickly. Moore further criticized Daly for accusing her of interfering with his FaceTime calls to Brooklyn. She claimed that Daly had been inconsistent with his calls, frequently changing the scheduled times to create issues.
According to Moore’s motion, Daly had only visited Atlanta on two occasions, and she had urged him to spend time with their daughter. However, Moore stated that Daly failed to do so, and she had to take Brooklyn to New York at her own expense for the two instances he did see their child. The court filing emphasized that Daly’s involvement in their daughter’s life had been minimal, and he was essentially a “FaceTime” father.
Moore concluded by stating that she had attempted to settle the case amicably, but Daly’s actions had hindered the proceedings. A divorce trial between the two is expected to take place in the coming weeks. The ongoing custody battle between Moore and Daly continues to make headlines, shedding light on the challenges faced by co-parents in the public eye.