1000-LB SISTERS star Amy Slaton has accused her estranged husband Michael Halterman of being “mentally abusive” and “controlling” in official documents obtained exclusively by The U.S. Sun.
Amy, 35, shared her explosive allegations against her ex Michael, 40, in her complaint filed in Kentucky court on February 24.
TLC1000-Lb. Sisters star Amy Slaton has claimed her ex-husband Michael Halterman is ‘mentally abusive’[/caption]
Instagram/Amy SlatonShe stated in her official court complaint he is ‘very controlling’[/caption]
The 1000-Lb. Sisters star claimed: “[Michael] is mentally abusive.”
“He’s very controlling.”
She stated: “The night of 2/24/23 he got mad that I went to take the kids with my sister to eat.”
Amy had filed an emergency protection order for herself and their two sons Gage, two, and Glenn, on February 28.
On March 7, Michael denied all of Amy’s claims of domestic violence.
Michael did admit he had an argument with Amy’s sister “on or about” February 24.
TLC has not yet responded to The U.S. Sun for comment on behalf of the network nor Michael.
Amy also alleged Michael was “too violent” around their two sons Gage, two, and Glenn, eight months.
The 1000-Lb. Sisters star claimed: “When disciplining the boys he hits too hard. He pulls them by the arm.”
The TLC star also claimed: “[He] won’t give me money for our eight-month-old.
She concluded: “He makes me do everything with the house, boys, and has no job.”
KIDS IN THE MIDDLE
On March 8, Amy’s emergency protection order was amended by the court to allow Michael to have supervised contact with the boys.
On February 28, Amy initially filed an order of emergency protection, an order to surrender firearms, and a protective order summons against Michael.
Ten days later, the judge’s ruling over the open domestic violence case amended the order of protection.
The court docket obtained exclusively by The U.S. Sun reads: “Amended to allow contact with children on March 8.”
The memo continues: “Allowed supervised contact with children, no physical discipline, supervised by mother and sister.”
The U.S. Sun previously reported that Amy filed the order of protection just four days after making a 911 call claiming Michael had become “violent” in their home.
According to a 911 dispatch document obtained exclusively by The U.S. Sun, Amy claimed Michael started “throwing things” during a heated argument on Friday, February 24.
The explosive argument went down just seventeen days before Michael filed for divorce in their local Kentucky court.
According to the dispatch report, neither Amy nor Michael was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when the officer arrived on the scene around 2:30 pm.
Amy and Michael were arguing over their split, the responding officer claimed.
“Amy wants to separate, but the male doesn’t want to,” the report stated.
The 1000-Lb. Sisters star claimed Michael eventually “became violent” and started “throwing things” with Gage and Glenn present in the home.
Neither Michael nor Amy was arrested following the altercation.
In February, The U.S. Sun first reported that Amy and Michael had split after five years of marriage.
Although Amy did not take legal action to file for divorce at first, she moved out of their shared family home and in with her sister Tammy, 36, taking the children with her following the alleged fight.
By March 13, Michael had filed for dissolution of marriage with children against Amy, according to Kentucky court documents exclusively reported by The U.S. Sun.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or chat at thehotline.org.
Instagram/ amyslaton_haltermanAmy previously alleged he ‘pulled’ and ‘hit’ her two sons Gage, two, and Glenn, eight months[/caption]
INSTAGRAM/amyslaton_haltermanMichael denied all of the claims, but admitted to getting into an argument with Amy’s sister[/caption]
TLCAmy filed an emergency order of protection after a scary fight that happened on February 24, 2023[/caption]