Although Tyrese Got His Daughter Back, Judge Orders Him & Ex To Follow Very Drastic Rules

Posted On : November 21, 2017

The other day, Tyrese was finally able to rejoice, relax, and release after 80+ days of the anger and hurt he endured during his tumultuous custody battle over his 10 year old daughter, Shayla. After word got around that his ex-wife, Norma Gibson, had lost her case and the judge pretty much didn’t believe hardly any of her claims -that Tyrese beat their daughter- fans everywhere big up’d Tyrese on his win.

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 2008: Tyrese Gibson and his then wife, Norma Gibson (Photo by Mark Davis/Getty Images)

But let’s all slow our roll with the ‘congratulations messages,’ because the judge has handed down some rules and regulations that Tyrese and his ex absolutely must follow. If they do not, they’ll both be in major legal trouble yet again.

According to TMZ, the judge may not have believed Norma’s side of the story- that Tyrese beat Shayla 12 to 16 times – he still isn’t taking any chances. Therefore the judge has laid out a list of rules:

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Tyrese Gibson (L) and daughter Shayla Gibson attend the ‘Fast & Furious – Supercharged’ ride premiere at Universal Studios Hollywood on June 23, 2015 in Universal City, California.(Photo by Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage)

Via TMZ: The judge issued a series of conditions, including:
— Neither Tyrese nor Norma Gibson can use corporal punishment in disciplining 10-year-old Shayla.
— Tyrese must take parenting classes focused on appropriate disciplining of his daughter.
— Both Tyrese and Norma must enroll in “high conflict parenting classes.”
— Tyrese and Shayla must enroll in joint therapy with a psychologist. Shayla must also undergo individual counseling.
According to the order, Tyrese has Shayla for both XMAS and New Year’s — and all of his visits with her must be spent in Southern California … until April 30.

It’s great that all three of them will be in counseling after such a grueling ordeal. When it comes to those other rules though, geesh…things sure have changed from the way we, old schoolers, grew up. Back in the day, y’all know good n’ well if our parents found out we did something we shouldn’t be doing, they gave us a quick *POP!* first, and asked questions last, LOL. Gotta luv the Old School memories.

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