Towanda Braxton has gone from not acknowledging her estranged husband Andre Carter on WeTV’s Braxton Family Values, to filing for divorce and requesting a restraining order against him.
A judge in Georgia granted Braxton the restraining order and ordered the exes to steer clear of one another and even enroll in parenting classes. They have been “banned from harassing or intimidating each other or their two kids,” in documents obtained by Bossip earlier this week.
They have also been restricted from taking any property or their two children Braxton and Brooke out of the state of Georgia. They cannot axe their health or car insurance or turn off their gas, electric, and other utilities.
Both Braxton and Carter were ordered to “parenting workshop” to help them deal with their children and all of the drama from their breakup.
Braxton said the marriage was “irretrievably broken” when she filed for divorce on Aug. 18. She asked that a judge grant her primary custody of the children and wants their assets and debts to be split in half. The two tied the knot on Jan. 9, 2004 and separated in September 2014.
Still, rumors have swirled that Braxton filed for divorce as early as 2009.
In the past, Braxton has said that she an Carter’s marriage was an open one, but never said if Carter was seeing other women. Carter has also said to be upset about the way he was portrayed on the show.
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