Thomas Ravenel has unleashed a slew of accusations against his ex and children’s mother, Kathryn Dennis. After the latter filed for primary custody of their two children, Thomas filed a counterclaim and accused Kathryn of using their children to advance her storyline on the Bravo show Southern Charm.
On Oct. 25, Kathryn filed for primary custody of their daughter Kensie, 4, and son Saint, almost 3. She and Thomas currently split custody.
In her filing, Kathryn claimed Thomas relied on “full-time nannies” to care for their kids and mixed alcohol and prescription drugs, causing him “to be impaired during periods of time in which he had custody of the children.”
She also brought up the sexual assault allegations against Thomas and said he had “periods of impulsive and uncontrollable bouts of anger,” as well as “extreme narcissism and anger management problems.”
On Nov. 6, Thomas filed a counterclaim, obtained by People, and accused Kathryn of using their children solely for the purposes of “progressing her storyline as the ‘rehabilitated mother who regains possession of her minor children.’”
He even alleged Kathryn filed for primary custody “with the encouragement, condonation and/or express or implied permission of the producers of Southern Charm, for the purpose of providing dramatic material for the next season.”
Thomas is now requesting that Kathryn be prohibited from discussing their case on the show or with the public, and is also requesting that his children not be featured on the show.
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