Christina Hall slams ex Ant Anstead for re-sharing a ‘poorly written’ article discussing their son

Christina Hack criticized an article on Psychology Today, as well as her ex-husband Ant Anstead for re-sharing the story to support her, amid a custody battle.

The reality star, 39, has been criticized in the story for raising their son Hudson, three, regarding children on reality TV and social media, and for the lack of laws protecting them.

She called the story “poorly written” and said that 43-year-old Anthony, who shared the story on his social media with “clapping hands”, made this even more bizarre and disturbing.

The Ant Anstead was filmed in 2021

Christina Hack criticized an article on Psychology Today, as well as her ex-husband Ant Anstead for re-sharing the story to support it.

Christina shared the title and author’s name in a screenshot of the story, along with a lengthy explanation.

The HGTV star tagged the author and Psychology Today in her comment, where she was very critical of it.

“What a poorly written article,” said the mother of three. “Dirty Journalism/Click Taste at Its Best,” suggesting that the author “finds a new narrative centered around facts, not Instagram’s comments section.”

Christina then asked the author to read court filings from “both sides before writing this,” noting that “most of them are completely inaccurate and look more tabloid than I would expect from a Ph.D.”

Drama: The reality star, 39, has been criticized in the story for raising their son Hudson, 3, regarding children on reality TV and social media, and for the lack of laws protecting them.

Drama: The reality star, 39, has been criticized in the story for raising their son Hudson, 3, regarding children on reality TV and social media, and for the lack of laws protecting them.

Wow: The story is described as

Wow: She described the story as “poorly written” and said Anth, 43, sharing the story on his social media with “hands of applause” “makes it even more weird and disturbing”

Christina has two children Taylor, 12, and Brayden, seven, with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa, and has been featured on her reality shows and Instagram.

She said they only shoot with her “for an hour (maximum) once every two months which is completely different from the scenarios when the kids are in the main characters like referred to” Toddlers & Tiaras.

She was disgusted by her reference to a potential “Hudson Act” that could protect children on social media platforms and reality TV shows.

Hudson’s Law?! really? This is ridiculous. You don’t know anything about my house. Hudson is my son. I have always protected him and always will.

She also criticized the author’s sentence: “While Anstead agreed to accept the family’s organic posts, Hall revealed, ironically in an Instagram post, that she would no longer use Hudson on her TV shows or any social media.”

Interesting: He posted a clip from another story about kids in reality TV as well as a link to an article about his son Hudson, calling the article a

Interesting: He posted a clip from another story about kids in reality TV as well as a link to an article about his son Hudson, calling the article “awesome”

“Ironically,” she replied. Fabulous. It wasn’t ridiculous. I’ve never fought to get a Hudson movie with me or post ads. I made my point that a public figure with a public Instagram should take her own advice and leave Hudson out of all media if he is concerned about Hudson’s safety and well-being.

Christina stormed into the author, writing, “Stop using my child and I in your story, it’s trivial and disgusting. There are a lot of other home shows featuring their kids who continue to do this as part of the family dynamic, and there are a lot of cross-platform influencers that feature their kids in ads. Are all these people exposing their children to harm by using their children as “dolls?!” The answer is no.

The TV star said it was “not a ‘win for Hudson,'” but that it was ‘creating some peace for my family and taking the pressure off myself and this whole account of who’s a better dad on Instagram’. “

Speaking: The TV star said he wasn't

Recently: The TV star said it was “not a ‘win for Hudson,'” but that it was ‘creating some peace for my family and relieving myself and this whole narrative of who’s a better dad on Instagram’

I went back to the author, writing that “my reality TV shows are all about home improvement. Not my kids…so Hudson doesn’t need ‘Hudson’s Law’.”

The mother-of-three later updated her explanation after finding out Ant shared the story on his Instagram page with an applause emoji: ‘Update – it just came to my attention that Hudson’s dad is promoting this article on his page, but with clapping hands… and that makes this It’s even more bizarre and disturbing.

Kristina and you’s son Hudson hasn’t appeared on any of their shows or Instagram, unless they are “organic photos”.

Ant stars on Celebrity IOU: Joyride; He has previously starred on Wheeler Dealers as well as a number of other car-related shows.

In September, Ant said in court documents reviewed by US Weekly that he felt Hudson had been taken advantage of by Hall through her social media presence and TV shows.

“The risks to a child working in a television production group (even if this ‘group’ is Christina’s home) are myriad and well-documented,” he said. Regardless of the obvious stresses of working in a television production environment, children involved in television production often have lingering problems that affect their well-being, worldview, and self-image, leaving them diminished and dependent on others’ perceived approval of themselves-worth.’

Anstead recalled the tragic suicide of former Toddlers & Tiaras star Caelia Posey on the 16th last May.

“One of my many concerns with Hudson being forced to film reality TV is the potential for public mockery of seemingly benign content to become insurmountably offensive,” he said in court documents. “I urge the courts to review the recent and tragic case of Caelia Posey and a specific embarrassing meme.”

Anstead – who is also the father of daughter Emily, 18, son Archie, 15, and ex-wife Louise Anstead – applied for full custody of Hudson last April, telling the court he felt his youngest son was in an unsafe environment due to the TV production.

Hall told the court in response, “The allegation that I ‘exploit’ our son is really offensive and untrue. Having seen what Ant wrote in his supplemental declaration, it is clear that his motive is not Hudson’s best interest.”

Earlier this month, Ant was criticized for posting a photo of Hudson with his grandparents.

In response to someone who said it was “unfair”, Anstead Hall said “she can publish whatever she wants”.

A number of people on social media have questioned why Anstead posted pictures of the baby when he argued in court against Christina on the Coast.

Some in the comments section noted that Hall used Hudson in posts that were considered paid advertisements, with Anstead saying, “Childhood Hudzo is not for sale. As a father, I will continue to apply for S. ‘

In response to a commenter who said he felt bad “because Hudson will see him when he gets older,” Anstead said, “He will read the private letter I wrote to her on April 21 a week before I made a decision on it. She had 25 weeks to agree not to take advantage of him. She finally has x.

Anstead, who is dating Academy Award winner Renee Zellweger, notes to one person that he kept his son away from his TV show “despite asking him multiple times.”

Ant and Christina separated in September 2020 after two years of marriage; They are currently fighting it in a custody battle.

Their divorce was finalized in June 2021.

Ant filed papers in April for full custody of Hudson after previously agreeing to joint custody – alleging poor parenting on her end.

Hall, who married Joshua Hall last April, took to Instagram in October to announce that she would not be posting pictures of Hudson on social media amid a custody dispute with Anstead.

She said she was ‘mentally exhausted by the false accusations made recently’ by her estranged husband, who she said had ‘made attempts to turn my family, friends and fans against me through manipulative tactics and false information’ which were ‘fantastic’. The effect on me and my home.

“For this reason, I made the decision not to show Hudson on Instagram, my TV shows, or any social platforms until he was old enough to make that decision himself,” she continued.

The Christina on the Coast star took to Instagram on Sunday saying she was 'mentally exhausted by the recent false accusations' from her ex-husband.

The Christina on the Coast star took to Instagram on Sunday saying she was ‘mentally exhausted by the recent false accusations’ from her ex-husband.

The Orange County, California native said she had “always been okay with Hudson not appearing on public platforms,” ​​but she wanted to include him in posts about family activities.

She said, “The only reason I wanted him to appear on my shows was always to be involved in fun activities/outings with our family/brothers.”

The former Flip or Flop star said Anstead makes judgments about her parenting ability based solely on her Instagram account “because that’s the only access he has to my personal life.”

She added: ‘This is an unnecessary pressure for a platform that is meant to be used to share chosen moments, rather than a tool of judgment… especially since this is a very small part of my personal life where the rest is kept between me and my family.’

Hall said Hudson “would be fine without his presence being shown in a public forum,” and that she would be and always will be a protective mother.

Anstead was seen with his son Hudson earlier this year

Anstead was seen with his son Hudson earlier this year

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