Could Lamar Sally's BlackPeopleMeet.com profile be full of #AlternativeFacts? His ex wife thinks so!
The drama continues.
When Sherri Shepherd spotted her ex-husband Lamar Sally's online dating profile, she had a few concerns and decided to share them publicly.
While perfecting your online dating profile can be tricky for anyone, the comedienne has accused her ex-husband of filling his with misrepresentations at her expense.
Shepherd spotted his profile over on BlackPeopleMeet.com and quickly beging claiming he was telling #AlternativeFacts.
Shepherd proceeded to read her ex for absolute filth!
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On Twitter, the former The View co-host went off about how her ex described himself as "well-off" when she is forking out $4,100 a month for their son conceived using Sally’s sperm and a donor egg.
Just hours before, a judge denied Sally's request for an increase in child support from Shepherd for a child she has no genetic connection to.
In a statement for PEOPLE, Shepherd's reps addressed the latest court victory in their long custody battle.
“The California judge agreed with Shepherd’s counsel Terry Levich Ross, Esq. and determined that by Sally’s own agreement in two separate legal judgments, New Jersey has exclusive and ongoing jurisdiction over this child support issue and all matters must be dealt with only in that state,” the statement reads. “The amount of child support Shepherd is currently paying her ex-husband is more than New Jersey has required her to pay, so if Sally wanted to revisit the matter in a New Jersey court he would likely face having his payments reduced substantially.”
The statement continued: “Shepherd now hopes that her ex will stop his frivolous attempts to get more money out of her and will seek gainful employment to take care of his child like any other capable parent.”
After the judge's decision, Shepherd addressed the "huge victory" she endured.
Don't come for Ms. Shepherd unless she sends for you. Bloop!