Yendi Phillipps unveiled “Daughter Full Custody Battle” info was leaked
Popular media personality and Miss Universe 2010 first runner-up Yendi Phillipps, in a statement issued via her twitter page last Wednesday afternoon, has described as “unfortunate” a “leaked” court document relating to matters of her private life.
“It has come to my attention that without permission or consultation with me or my legal representatives private information was leaked…”.
“It is most unfortunate that due to our public image, I was not given the privilege of privacy, especially since this matter involves a minor child. This is a pending legal matter which is before the court and as such I am not able to comment,” Phillips said.
Phillips added that she has “complete confidence in the justice system” and is awaiting her opportunity to fully ventilate the issues before the court.
According to court documents the Jamaican beauty is seeking $60,000 per month in child support, and is requesting that the expenses relating to the child be equally split.
She is also asking that the court grants the producer limited visitation rights which would see him seeing the child two times during the week and once on the weekend.
Yendi Phillips says she is awaiting her day in court in child custody battle
Yendi Phillipps says she will not comment on her impending custody battle with her child’s father noting that she is awaiting her day in court.
Phillipps took to the social media site,Instagram, saying it was unfortunate that information about her application for sole custody of the child was reported.
She has asked the public to respect her privacy, especially since the court matter involves her child. Phillipps added that she has full confidence in the justice system and is waiting to have her matter ventilated by the courts.
Last week, the former beauty queen filed an application in the Supreme Court for full custody also asking the court to order her child’s father, Daniel ‘Chino’ McGregor to pay $60,000 a month in maintenance.
She also wants him to pay half of her child’s educational and medical expenses and for him to be given limited visitation rights.
No date has been set for the hearing before a judge in chambers.
Earlier efforts to contact Phillips and McGregor were unsuccessful.