Damon Dash’s ex-wife, Rachel Roy, is asking a judge to shut down his attempt to get more custody of their 11-year-old daughter, accusing him of using drugs while his children are present.
Roy responded to Dash’s recent court filing seeking to change the current custody deal. Dash wants joint legal and physical custody of their daughter, Tallulah.
According to the Blast, court documents detailed that Roy and the former couple’s older, Ava, both filed docs asking the judge to deny Dash’s request for a change to their current custody order.
Roy also pointed to Dash’s history of domestic violence and claims their children have anxiety around him.
She claims the girls have witnessed their father smoking marijuana in front of them on many occasions.
Ava even filed a declaration saying she is scared of her father’s temper and mood swings and shared that she too is also concerned with his marijuana intake and the alcohol and other drugs he consumes as they affect his moods and makes him “more excitable, hard to please and upset.”
There are also accusations that Dash talks badly to Tallulah about her mother and sister and has cut Ava off because she refused to get involved in the business dispute between the former couple.
In his court docs, Dash claimed he had a close relationship with Tallulah and that she wants to spend more time with him.
Roy says any claims by Dash that Tallulah wants to spend more time with her father are an “outright lie.”