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Unreasonable CPs

Started by jilly, Jan 30, 2004, 08:54:43 AM

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jilly

Just goes to show you that some CP's are going to be unreasonable no matter what the circumstances are.
Go Panthers!!!!!


Posted on Fri, Jan. 30, 2004  
 
Lawyer: Jenkins' son won't attend Super Bowl
TIM WHITMIRE
Associated Press

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Kris Jenkins' son will not join his All-Pro father at the Super Bowl in Houston.

A lawyer for the Carolina Panthers' All-Pro defensive tackle said Friday morning that negotiations to bring 2-year-old Kris Jr. to Sunday's game had broken down.

"We proposed several other responsible, close family members to accompany little Kris and she unreasonably refused them all," Tamela Wallace told The Associated Press. "However, negotiations finally broke down (Thursday) night when her own attorney offered to accompany (Kris Jr.) to Houston and she refused that as well."

Jenkins had spent the better part of the last two weeks trying to arrange a way to have his son attend Sunday's game between the Panthers and the New England Patriots.

Jenkins and the boy's mother, Shadeeka DeLotch, share custody of the child and normally, Jenkins visits his son Sunday through Tuesday of alternating weeks, with visits on Monday and Tuesday of the weeks when he does not have a Sunday visit.

This is not a week when he sees Kris Jr., on Sunday. At first, DeLotch balked when Jenkins asked her to make an exception.

The sides agreed last week to change the schedule, but one of the problems is that Jenkins' father, who is supposed to take Kris Jr., to the game, is terrified of flying and needs to be sedated during the flight from Charlotte to Houston.

"Like any responsible parent, she simply sought some assurance that her son will be safe before she puts her 2-year-old onto an airplane," DeLotch's lawyer, Pete McArdle, said earlier this week.

McArdle did not immediately return a message Friday morning seeking comment.

Jenkins' lawyer Wallace said DeLotch's refusal to let the boy go to the Super Bowl with anyone but herself made it "abundantly clear to us that Ms. DeLotch was not acting out of any concern for her child's well-being but was completely motivated by her own self interests in attending the Super Bowl."
 

Kitty C.

'Jenkins' lawyer Wallace said DeLotch's refusal to let the boy go to the Super Bowl with anyone but herself made it "abundantly clear to us that Ms. DeLotch was not acting out of any concern for her child's well-being but was completely motivated by her own self interests in attending the Super Bowl."


No duh!  What a self-centered egotistical b*tch!
Handle every stressful situation like a dog........if you can't play with it or eat it, pee on it and walk away.......

StPaulieGirl

Another piece of work.  What's so hard about taking the kid to the game?  If Shadeeka didn't like football games, she shouldn't have had a kid with a football player....

joni


My husband was in court last week with his Ex.  My DH is a plastic surgeon.  In front of the judge, she told my husband that she doesn't believe in plastic surgery, she thinks it's evil.

But she was happy to take 1/2 of everything he had plus $2000/mo in child support based on his plastic surgery earnings.

EVIL

Kitty C.

But I bet when she has a disfiguring accident or loses a breast, she'll be whistling a different tune!
Handle every stressful situation like a dog........if you can't play with it or eat it, pee on it and walk away.......

oklahoma

Was it that she doesn't like football, or did SHE want to go to the SuperBowl?  Disappointed that she is no longer a family member of a player when he makes it to the big game.....  Either way it is pure selfishness.

Peanutsdad

Hey joni,, tell your DH we had a rather frustrating case that plastics has just been goin ape over.

Lady was involved in a motor vehicle accident, she was ejected from the vehicle, and hit one of those stabilizing wires you see bolted to telephone poles and anchored at an angle into the ground. The impact with the wire took all the facial skin, muscle, and tendons off. It further removed all the midface bone structure below the eyes, orbital floors of both eyes sheared off. mandible sheared away, sternocleidomastoid was lost on the left.

Essentially, what we got in and what plastics is having to work with,,, a partial skull, and a vertebral system.