June 18, 2011 by Post Team
Mindy Mccready, Mindy McCready has filed a lawsuit against her mother, Gayle Inge, and American Media Inc., publisher of the magazine National Enquirer. McCready says he was portrayed by her mother as an unfit parent, in an interview published in June Enquirer. 5 years old, McCready’s son, Zander, is currently in custody of Inge. In the article, claims that her daughter Inge did not appear at a custody hearing to avoid taking a drug test and Zander visited only once in the last 12 months. Adapting to McCready says the publication does not check facts and “attacking the morals and character” of the singer, who is seeking damages. McCready had a No. 1 hit country, “Guys Do It All the Time” in 1996.
“What is shameful and painful is the unhealthy relationship that I have suffered with my mom about my life,” McCready said in a statement. “In all honesty, I am saddened that has come to this, but this is not a one-time, single-event to sell their” stories “of the star, The Globe and Radar Online. It just got to stop, for my son and me. ”
According to a statement issued by McCready, the article in the Enquirer suggests that she did not attend the court hearing the latest about the custody of her son to avoid taking a drug test, has not seen her son once in the last twelve months, an addict who has failed a drug test series, and is “unfit father, the evil that has no shame.”
Five-year-old McCready’s son Zander, now lives with McCready’s mother, Gayle Inge, and allowed overnight visits with his biological father, Billy McKnight.
McKnight was charged with attempted murder after beating and strangling McCready in 2005.
“The statements contained in the National Enquirer article are personal attacks intended to inflict harm and pain to Ms. McCready at the expense of truth,” said McCready’s lawyer, Andrew Douglas. “It is also regrettable that the National Enquirer published this story without the first statements that corroborate Mrs. Inge.”
McCready has long struggled with substance abuse, documented in the third season of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.” She also had an unauthorized sex tape released by a former boyfriend. However, the country singer insists he should not be judged.
“I want people to know how I have been unfairly treated by my past mistakes and, frankly, because the story of my fame,” said McCready. “My fight for custody has been deplorable and fraudulent. Agenda of my mother, I think, is to continue to keep my character and lifestyle” issues. “The focus should be on the safety and welfare of my child and not these false statements they have given to unjust results. Zander and I have to be together. “
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