Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme recently released a lengthy statement on his ex-wife and the lead singer of the band The Distillers Brody Dalle, accusing her of putting their in children in “great danger.”
The statement follows the Los Angeles Family Court’s decision earlier this month to grant the Homme family, including the couple’s three children and Homme’s parents, a restraining order against Dalle for one year and 11 months.
“Out of respect and concern for his minor children and their well-being, Joshua Homme has previously refrained from making public statements about his family to the media. In light of the continued falsehoods, the repeated invasions of the children’s privacy and the resulting emotional harm, it is time that the truth be told. Our hope is that this will end the enquiries and speculation and provide the family the privacy and consideration they deserve,” the statement from Homme’s publicity team reads.
“For more than a year after the conclusion of their divorce proceedings, Joshua Homme and Brody Dalle were able to amicably co-parent their three children in a healthy and functional way. The situation took a dark turn when Dalle violated the 50/50 custody agreement by withholding the children from seeing their father,”
the statement continued. “Despite multiple orders by the Los Angeles Family Court to return the children and being found in contempt of court, Dalle continued to violate the custody agreement. The situation was exacerbated by the inappropriate actions of her boyfriend Gunner Foxx.”
The court has declared Homme as the sole legal guardian of all minor children until a custody hearing in the fall of 2023.
“Recent actions by Brody Dalle and Gunner Foxx have not only caused the children emotional harm, but have also put them in great danger,” the statement claimed.
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