Stephen Belafonte has accused Mel B of abusing cocaine & alcohol.
In new courtroom documents, submitted as part of their acrid divorce & custody battle & obtained by DailyMail.com, the producer accused his estranged wife of extreme use of the drug & alcohol & he claimed it left him apprehensive concerning the safety of their daughter Madison, six & Mel’s different kids Angel, 10 & Phoenix Chi, 18.
Stephen – who has filed for step-parent visitation of Angel, whose dad is actor Eddie Murphy – stated in his courtroom filing: “The most noteworthy reason for my concern with respect to the security of the kids was 'cause of the Petitioner’s accustomed & constant addiction to & abuse of cocaine & alcohol.
“To make matters worse, my worry for the kids’s safety was amplified the truth in that Petitioner had fired the kids’s nanny, who had been within the kids’s lives since 2010 & I didn’t want Petitioner using drugs & drinking across the kids particularly with out anyone else present to look after the kids.
“Petitioner’s drinking & drug abuse had been a serious situation all through our marriage & was witnessed by the nanny, the kids, & her own therapist, DoctorSophy.”
Mel, 42, fired nanny Lorraine Gilles after claiming she’d been sleeping with Stephen behind her back still the former employee hit back & asserted in that she’d been sexually intimate close with Mel & enjoyed threesomes with the show star & Stephen.
Stephen additionally submitted textual content messages to the courtroom, allegedly between him & DoctorCharles Sophy, where the medical skilled outlined the steps he & Mel have been taking to deal with her asserted abuse of alcohol and medicines.
Stephen added within the documents, filed at LA Superior Courtroom: “Throughout the textual content exchange, in an effort to try to ease my considerations, Dr. Sophy, a mandated reporter, knowledgeable me in that he would try to control Petitioner’s alcohol & drug abuse & in that he & Petitioner made an agreement relating to Petitioner’s ‘substance abuse’, in addition to ‘child safety’.”
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