After losing primary custody of their two sons, Tameka is vowing to appeal the ruling. She believes that the judge gave a favorable ruling to Usher because he was biased.
Usher was granted primary custody of Usher Raymond V, 4, and Naviyd, 3, on Friday. During the court battle, Usher had to fight allegations from Tameka that he was more interested in his career than being a parent and that he was on drugs. Usher’s lawyers argued that Tameka, who wanted to retain joint custody, was the irresponsible parent.
But Tameka believes that the judge was biased towards Usher since his law firm actually held an election fundraiser in 2008. A campaign contribution report for the judge does show that Usher’s lawyers donated $1,278 to his reelection campaign.
Tameka is perplexed how the judge could side with a singer who is on the road constantly as opposed to her, since she has a more stable schedule.
Tameka plans to appeal as soon as she can and is already talking with lawyers for the appeal.