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OK! Exclusive: Why Madonna’s Son Rocco Ritchie Ran Away From Her Tour

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Jan. 6 2016, Published 11:49 a.m. ET

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Madonna and son Rocco Ritchie perform at a film premiere

Madonna and son Rocco Ritchie perform at a film premiere
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Madonna’s rocky relationship with her son Rocco Ritchie is said to be due to her controlling ways, but a source told OK! Magazine it’s much more than her intense discipline!

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An insider told OK! that the 15-year-old took off during Madge’s Rebel Heart tour because of very bizarre and embarrassing behavior she’s subjected him to in front of her staff!

According to the source, the 57-year-old singer has humiliated Rocco on each tour stop and is known to “make him dress up in tight, revealing outfits worn by her male dancers and then parade him around backstage, laughing as the older guys catcall him.”

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And while her boundary-challenged actions have driven her son away, so has her notorious harsh rules. “She’s a disciplinarian who tries to dictate his bedtime, his diet and who his friends are,” the source said.

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Rocco has reportedly run away twice while on her world tour and is now staying with his father, Guy Ritchie, who is feuding with Madge over how’s she’s caring for their son.

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“Guy doesn’t agree with Madonna’s parenting techniques,” the source said. “Now things have exploded.”

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