Monday, April 12, 2021

Jesse Williams and Ex Wife Ordered into High Conflict Parenting Classes


Last year actor Jesse Williams settled his messy divorce from Aryn Drake-Lee after he was caught cheating with actress Minka Kelly [click here if you missed that]. 

The divorce may be settled but the drama is far from over...

According to reports Jesse and his ex wife Aryn have been ordered to take 'high conflict parent' classes. 

Aryn and Jesse share joint legal and physical custody of their two children but Aryn has been making it extremely difficult for Jesse who has been trying to modify their custody agreement [click here if you missed that]. 

14 comments:

R in NYC said...

She's gonna keep giving him hell. Da fuq he thought was gonna happen?

Malika said...

She might need to ask Siovaughn Wade what happens if you keep violating the judges orders as it pertains to visitation with the kids. She has to watch her kids grow up through Gabby's Instagram now.

Unknown said...

This is giving very much Tyler Perry's Acrimony.

Anonymous said...

She is still hurt from his actions. This will not help the situation. She needs to move on and find someone else to love.

Alma's Daughter said...

I don't blame her. I wouldn't let him modify schit. Everything has been settled. He needs to move on.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

I feel her pain, but at the end of the day she really needs to heal and move on. No women should ever base her entire existence off a relationship. Relationships and marriages end everyday, being bitter is not only hurting her children, but I'm sure will cause her health issues in the long run, she already looks like she has high blood pressure. Let that nigga go and stop holding him hostage in your heart and head. She will fuck around and kneel over from a stroke with all that bottled up rage. You can't tell me that relationship was her sole validation of worthiness gurl bye!!!

Anonymous said...

He fucked over her big time, so of course she's pissed off but she has to move on. They need a custody scheduled, which the judge should strongly enforce. Both of them need to do the right thing by their children and stop all of this dumb petty bullshit. Grow up!

Anonymous said...

Right, wrong or indifferent, leave the kids out of it.

Unknown said...

I used to mock this woman. I laughed at her pain and inability to move on from her cheating husband of - what? 5+ years of marriage, at least, during a time when he had nothing and how she supported his dreams and career, only to get kicked to the curb after he makes it to where he wants to be smh?! Yeah I made fun of her, until, I had my boyfriend break up with me after 2 yrs of drama and stress, to have him tell me that he's going back to his ex? Lawd help my anger and rage lol smh because if it turns out that I'm pregnant, trust and believe I'll do the same shit x100 to this nigga too! And even though dude put me through hell, I did not hold him down to the extent that Aryn did Jesse. But I'm hotter than fish grease about the crazy shit that I allowed dude to get away with...smh...

Anyways, final point is, there ain't enough money or maturity available in the universe to just "quietly" get over a nigga that did you wrong. The rage that you feel inside is greater than sun capacity for heat! I'm telling y'all! I ain't say I agree with her actions - but like Chris Rock said - 'but, I understand'!

Anonymous said...

5:26 PM
Men only get away with what women allow, most women are too insecure, lonely, running from dealing with self and issues, thirsty, lack of self esteem, self love and knowledge of self worth. No relationship should ever leave a women this devastated, if she truly was invested in her own happiness and wellbeing. Until we stop looking at men to fill a void, that only we can we will continue to be disappointed, devastated at a breakup. Like you said you allowed him to get away with a bunch of shit, you are mad about, don't be mad at him, be mad at yourself.

Anonymous said...

@5:26 what you put into a relationship is what you get back. If this individual knew early on that he could manipulate your time, he'll continue to do it. Males don't think about karma or how their actions really affect others. All this type of being cares about is how thirsty the woman is. The best thing you can do for yourself right now would be to purge him from your life asap. Unfortunately, this type of male gets off knowing they're on the mind of someone they just broke up with.

Unknown said...

@9:32

Have you ever been in love? I mean, really been in love? I don't mean being in a relationship where the guy loves you more than you love him, or, when the guy has more to lose than you. I mean, a real relationship where emotions are running high and you have so much to lose. Have you ever experienced that? You see, I was like you once, when I was young, skeptical, know-it-all cynic who could dish out brash, sensical, common sense advice to women who were too pathetic to see their worth behind some no good man who slung good dick. The problem that I failed to take into account - and what you're too naive to take into account - is that love is much more powerful and insidious than most people are aware of. At first you think you're in control of the situation, the relationship, or the guy and then before you know it, you've fallen for this man who has been through so much emotionally and he shows you his vulnerability. And once a man shows you his vulnerability and his love/loyalty, it is hard not to reciprocate and fall into that funny bunny rabbit hole of existence. But sometimes people grow and forgot to tell the other person - like Aryn and Jesse - and suddenly you're left with all these feelings, emotions, and memories of love and vulnerability and it can make you feel devastated. Opening up the most vulnerable and painful aspects of your life to someone can be exhausting yet liberating. Yet, when the person - that you've bared your most vulnerable side to - just abandons and leaves you, after such a high emotional investment, yes, it can feel devastating and it doesn't make you weak. Hoping to never experience this level of devastation, means you'll never experience love either. Both emotions are intense - yet very fickle. Pain doesn't last forever, but neither does love.

Unknown said...

@11:17

It's not always that easy. Have you ever had a platonic girlfriend who you would stay up all night talking to about your family, fears, goals, and passion? Now imagine a romantic partner that you've shared those feelings and tears with daily for 2-5 years. Untangling yourself from relationships can feel like cutting out an organ. I don't know what type of relationships you or the other posters have, but, they're not real or genuine if your emotions aren't invested. Being inhuman and not showing emotion or "weakness" doesn't make you less fallible than the ones who were open to love and friendship. Yes, me, Aryn, and millions of other ppl like us initially feel abandoned and hurt, but eventually the pain lessens. What shouldn't happen is other women telling us that we're too pathetic and just need "move on" because we allowed ourselves to be taken advantage of by a manipulative asshole. When in actuality, sometimes men - or ppl in general - just grow apart. It doesn't mean the guy was the devil incarnate when y'all were together, it just means that your love inspired growth and sometimes that growth pulls you apart. I hope Aryn will grow to understand this - just like I'm struggling to understand it - but in the end, holding on to any anger is just going to block your blessings. To have had a man that loved you is something most women will never experience because of their skepticism and cynicism about being left.

Sunno said...

Damn at this point she's bitter and needs to some healing and self love work.

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