Yendi Phillipps files for full custody of her daughter with Baby Daddy
Former love birds head to court: Jamaicans react to Yendi and Chino feud over Baby
Hype Life Magazine has learnt that former Miss Jamaica Universe Yendi Phillips submitted an application to the Supreme Court seeking full custody of her child with Daniel McGregor, more popularly known as dancehall artiste Chino.
The application was filed in the Supreme Court this week by the law firm Nelson-Brown, Guy and Francis.
Yendi Phillips is requesting custody, care and control of her child with Chino, along with $60,000 per month in child support.
The beauty queen is also asking the court to order Chino to pay half of the child’s medical and educational expenses.
As part of the custody arrangement, Phillipps is asking the court to grant the dancehall entertainer access to the child twice during the week for three hours and once every weekend for seven hours.
The artiste is the son of reggae veteran Freddie McGregor.
She has been ordered to serve the application on the defendant. No date has been set for the matter to be heard.
Yendi blasts media for not giving her ‘privacy’ in custody case
Yendi Phillips has taken aim at the media over reports that she filed an application to the Supreme Court seeking full custody of her child with Chino.
“It has come to my attention that without permission or consultation with me or my legal representatives, private information was leaked and an online article was uploaded by the Gleaner Jamaica in relation to my matter pending before the court,” Phillips said in an Instagram post earlier today.
“It is most unfortunate that due to our public image, I was not given the privilege of privacy, especially since this is a matter that involves our minor child,” she added.
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