June 26, 2022

KEY POINTS

  • Christina Corridor’s husband Josh defended her parenting abilities amid her custody battle with Ant Anstead
  • Josh praised his spouse for being “a really pushed and unbelievable lady” who’s a “optimistic affect” in her children’ lives
  • Christina shared Josh’s put up on her Instagram Story, calling him “my rock”

Christina Corridor was moved by her third husband Josh Corridor’s candy tribute amid her ongoing custody battle with ex-husband Ant Anstead.

The “Flip or Flop” alum, who previously glided by her maiden title Haack, known as Josh her “rock” as she shared his message of help on her Instagram Story Friday, Leisure Tonight reported. Information broke earlier this month that the couple had tied the knot.

Josh shared a household picture on Instagram after Christina’s second ex-husband, Anstead, filed for full custody of their 2-year-old son Hudson and accused her of being an unfit mom.

Within the snap, Christina and Josh are all smiles as he carries Hudson in his arms. Additionally current within the shot are her two kids with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa — daughter Taylor, 11, and son Brayden, 6.

Josh accompanied the candy household image with a prolonged message praising the “Christina on the Coast” star as a mom.

The actual property agent started his put up by admitting that he by no means thought taking up the function of stepfather to 3 kids can be simple however that he was sure “the lady linked to them was price all of it.” He then vowed to “all the time present them methods to deal with their mom with respect and help them in any method” as he himself got here from a cut up dwelling.

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“Christina and I’ll all the time stay unfazed by any outdoors noise and save the youngsters from any pointless trauma,” Josh wrote.

He went on to gush over Christina, describing her as “a really pushed and unbelievable lady who has a capability to brush something off and preserve herself composed whereas being a optimistic affect in these children’ lives whereas attaining success in something she does.”

“I love her vastly for that…particularly watching my very own mom do the identical for my siblings and I rising up, I can recognize it,” Josh wrote.

He continued, “There’s a lot that goes on in private lives that isn’t for public consumption, subsequently not shared, saved personal. So belief me as somebody who likes to maintain a low profile, nobody besides these instantly concerned is aware of jack about any state of affairs greater than them. 2 sides and the reality.”

Josh concluded his message by vowing to all the time shield Christina and preserve her protected.

Anstead and Christina have been each granted joint authorized and bodily custody of their son after their divorce in July final 12 months.

Anstead filed for full custody of Hudson Thursday, claiming that Christina spent a mean of “9 full days every month” with the toddler in 20 months and beforehand put the kid’s well being in danger.

The “Wheeler Sellers” star additionally alleged in court docket paperwork that Christina returned their son in January with out disclosing that her household all had COVID-19.

Christina later filed authorized paperwork blasting Anstead for his “false allegations” about her high quality as a mom. She claimed he was attempting to “create a false narrative and smear my good title” and was utilizing their son to take action.

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Hours after Anstead filed his ex-parte software for full custody, it was denied by the decide for “inadequate exhibiting of exigent circumstances” and never giving the opposite social gathering enough discover. 

A listening to on the custody matter has been set for June 28.

Christina El Moussa lately stepped out along with her new boyfriend. Pictured: The “Flip or Flop” host visiting the HGTV Santa HQ at Lakewood Middle in Lakewood, California on Dec. 13, 2014. Picture: Getty Photographs/Jerod Harris

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