1000-LB SISTERS star Amy Slaton and Michael Halterman’s judge has ruled he can have contact with their children Gage, two, and Glenn, eight months, as long as he is supervised.
The US Sun is exclusively able to report that Amy, 35, changed her protective order against Michael, 40, on March 8, 2023 to allow monitored contact after an alerting 911 call.
On February 28, 2023, Amy initially filed an emergency shelter order, a firearms production order, and a subpoena for a protective order against Michael.
Ten days later, the judge ruling on the open domestic violence case changed the protection order.
The court filing, exclusively made available to The US Sun, reads: “Amended to allow contact with children on 3/8/23.”
The memo went on to say, “Supervised contact with children allowed, no physical discipline, supervised by mother and sister.”
TLC has not yet responded to The US Sun’s request for comment.
TO BECOME ACTIVE
The US Sun previously reported that Amy filed the protective order just four days after receiving an 911 call alleging Michael had become “violent” at her home.
According to a 911 dispatch document obtained exclusively by The US Sun, Amy claimed Michael started “throwing things” during a heated argument on Friday, Feb. 24.
The explosive argument took place just seventeen days before Michael filed for divorce in the local Kentucky court.
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According to the incident report, neither Amy nor Michael were under the influence of drugs or alcohol when the officer arrived at the scene at around 2:30 p.m.
Amy and Michael fought over their breakup, the responding officer claimed.
“Amy wants to break up, but the male doesn’t want to,” the report reads.
The 1000 pound. The sisters star claimed Michael eventually “got violent” and started “throwing things” while Gage and Glenn were present in the house.
Neither Michael nor Amy were arrested after the altercation.
IT IS OVER
In February, The US Sun first reported that Amy and Michael had split after five years of marriage.
Although Amy initially didn’t take legal action to file for divorce, she moved out of their family home to live with her sister Tammy, 36, and took the children with her after the alleged argument.
As of March 13, Michael had filed for a dissolution of marriage with children against Amy, according to Kentucky court filings reported exclusively by The US Sun.
When news of their split broke in February, a source told The US Sun that Amy and Michael had been secretly feuding for months and the biggest source of tension was their two children.
According to 1000 pounds. Sisters insider Amy wanted her kids to continue starring in the family reality show – however, Michael didn’t want his sons to be in front of the camera at all.
The source said, “Michael doesn’t want the kids to be on the show but Amy disagrees.”
“That’s why they’ve been fighting for months.
The insider also said that Amy and her family viewed Michael as “lazy” about childcare and she and her family felt he was “jealous” of all the attention she was giving to their children.
Meanwhile, Amy has struggled emotionally while continuing to care for Gage and Glenn as a single mom, according to a source.
Amy has “felt overwhelmed” despite the support from her sister Tammy, which the insider claimed.
The source also shared that Amy’s family has been supporting the mother-of-two through their sad breakup.
The insider said, “No one in the family likes Michael.”
https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/7728927/amy-slaton-michael-halterman-protective-order-amended-custody-divorce/ 1000 Pound Sisters star Amy Slaton’s judge makes a major custody decision after filing a protection order against ex-Michael