Keshia Knight Pulliam and ex-husband Ed Hartwell are still locking horns legally in the wake of their divorce. The former NFL player is appealing a decision made in awarding his ex-wife custody of the pair’s daughter, and the child support payments along with appealing a motion that barred him from getting a new trial.
The Blast reports:
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Hartwell has notified the court he is appealing the court order denying him a new trial. He is also appealing the decision that awarded Knight Pulliam primary custody and the $3,250 a month child support order.
As The Blast first reported, a Georgia judge denied Hartwell’s motion last month seeking a new custody trial.
The judge wasn’t buying any of Hartwell’s arguments and sided with Keshia Knight Pulliam, who was represented by powerhouse attorney Tanya Mitchell-Graham.
Last year, Hartwell demanded a new trial over custody of his daughter and accused the judge of making several errors when they awarded primary custody to his ex-wife.
The outlet adds that Hartwell accused his ex-wife of taking their daughter out of state during one of his scheduled visits, with Knight Pulliam allegedly going to court to support Bill Cosby during his sexual assault trial.