Looks like things are starting to get sorted out between Jennifer Hudson and her ex-fiance David Otunga.
Nearly two weeks after news broke of their split, Hudson has voluntarily dropped the emergency order of protection she had filed against him. According to court documents, Hudson, 36, motioned to have the order vacated on Monday in Cook County, Illinois, and a judge signed off.
According to TMZ, Hudson had a change of heart and has also agreed to giving Otunga temporary primary custody of their 8-year-old son while she is busy shooting “The Voice UK” in London. She will also be going back and forth from London to L.A. to film “The Voice.”
Otunga told the judge that he’s always been David Jr.’s primary caregiver because of the Grammy award-winning singers busy schedule.
As previously reported, Hudson announced she was ending her 10-year-relationship with the former professional wrestler on Nov. 16 accusing him of “increasingly aggressive, threatening and harassing behavior towards her.” She also made claims that he would threaten and intimate her with a gun and would take their son out of town on trips without her knowledge.
Otunga has denied any claims of abuse or harassment via his lawyer.
It’s reported they will be due back in court on December 7th.