Whatever award-winning gospel singer James Fortune did to his wife Cheryl Fortune, he did it in the presence of the couple’s children.
Yet, she advocated on his behalf in court to get his supervised visitation rights reinstated. The court consented.
According to Houston’s KTRK, Mr. Fortune went back to Fort Bend County court last Wednesday, Nov. 19, to request permission to see his four children.
Last month, he was charged with Aggravated Assault Family Violence and was not allowed any contact with his children since the alleged incident happened.
Fortune’s wife Cheryl, the alleged victim, testified on his behalf.
KTRK says, “She told the judge that the kids were present when the alleged incident occurred, but were not harmed. She also said she believes it’s in the best interest of the children for them to have visitation with their father.”
Now that Judge Hawkins obliged, what does this mean?
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SOURCE: EEW Magazine