Amanda's Heartbreak! Stanton & Her Ex-Husband Are Battling Over Custody Following Her Engagement To Josh Murray

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Sep. 9 2016, Published 3:19 p.m. ET

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Amanda Stanton is no longer in paradise! The reality star recently confirmed her engagement to Josh Murray on the season finale of Bachelor In Paradise, but now it's time to deal with another man...her ex!

Article continues below advertisement exclusively obtained documents saying that 4 days prior to her engagement reveal, Amanda's ex-husband, Nick Buonfiglio, filed documents seeking more time with their daughters, Kinsley, 4, and Charlie, 2.

According to the documents, Amanda's ex slammed her for appearing on "multiple TV shows." Also the papers claim she has “been scrutinized for how she has acted by hundreds of thousands of fans, and it has put my daughters in tons of media attention, which I believe is causing harm.”

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“To add to that, Amanda’s lifestyle and income has dramatically changed,” the reality star's ex claims.

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Now that her fame has grown, as well as her social media accounts, Nick claims that Amanda is making well over $20,000 to $30,000 per month."

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Nick admitted to struggling while giving his ex child support of "$2000 a month.”

“She said, ‘Take me to court if you want more time.’ Which I am doing," Nick explained of wanting to change their custody plans.

What do you think of Amanda and Nick's custody plans? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!


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