R&B star Usher Raymond will decide the fate of his ex-wife’s living conditions in the next 60 days.
In an attempt to settle a malicious dispute, Usher and Tameka Foster are deadlocked in mediation. The biggest matter of contention appears to be Usher’s Georgia mansion. Foster currently lives in the house with Usher’s permission, subject to displacement if told to leave the property. Given the legalities of their divorce settlement Usher can sell the house at his discretion, which Foster claims will leave her homeless and buried in legal debt. He has yet to finalize her removal but can move forward with her eviction if a 60-day notice is provided.
Foster has suggested she receive a permanent home for her and Raymond’s children, sparking the fuse to a heated legal debate. Raymond responded “No way, no how” to the purchase of new property and highlighted the amount of money she has received throughout their relationship.
In addition to the complexities of their legal battle, Raymond and Foster fight to maintain full custody of their two children. Agreeing to end their original compromise, which was joint custody, their new battle has fueled Foster’s decision to ridicule the actions of her ex-husband. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Foster claims that Usher is unfit for parenting, accusing Raymond of failing to fulfil his legal obligations as a father.