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Ms. Robbie of ‘Welcome to Sweetie Pies’ Claims Son’s Ex Won’t Allow Her to See Grandson [VIDEO]

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*“Welcome To Sweetie Pies” star Robbie Montgomery claims the mother of her grandson is refusing to let her visit with the kid.

Jenae Wallick, the ex of Robbie’s son, Tim Norman, is allegedly playing hardball when it comes to allowing her son visit with his father’s family.

According to thejasminebrand.com, Robbie posted a photo on Instagram June 22, wishing her grandson a happy birthday.

“Happy Birthday Timmy ! Grandma love you even though I can’t see you. Your daddy side of the family misses you and one day we’ll see you,” the caption stated.

Here’s more from the outlet:

Ms. Robbie uploaded a three-part video, initially responding to her fans suggesting that she has rights to see her grandson. In part 1, she says:

“Yes, you all are right, grandparents do have rights. And I’m gonna make sure I get mine. I’m a fighter, not a quitter. And I’ll go all the way. Thank you for your support. We wish Timmy a lil’ happy birthday, we still love him, regardless. Bye, bye.”

Watch the clips below.

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Wallick responded to the video on Instagram, sharing her side of the story with her followers.

Robbie responded to the remarks by noting that Tim “ain’t even thinking about” Janae.

“That’s the problem,” she added.

Ms. Robbie then accused Jenae of withholding her grandson because of money.

“It’s all about money, and I know I’ve spent a lot on TJ, so if it ain’t about money, what is it about? Every mother wants their child to be with their father, so what’s the problem?”

Jenae claims Tim is the source of the tension between she and Robbie. She alleges he was abusive in the past and rarely spends time with his son.

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Ms. Robbie & grandson

 

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  1. Martha wilson

    September 2, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    Sad too hear that story because sweetly pie was so good to him. I hope she is alright. I will pray for her.
    Love you miss Robbie.

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*The following Blind Item comes Hollywood insider Enty Lawyer. Please address all inquiries and complaints to the original source.

This foreign born former A+ list rapper is about to be sued by the woman raped by the rapper’s convict husband. The rapper and her team regularly pressure the victim to take money so she stops talking about the rape. The rapper’s supporters also regularly target the victim for harassment. The victim is going to sue for tens of millions of dollars and has a very very strong case.

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*An Alabama woman is raising 12 kids after her sister and brother-in-law died a month apart from COVID-19.

Francesca McCall says following the loss of her younger sister Chantale and her brother-in-law Rance Martin, she took in Chantale’s children who ranged between the ages of 2 to 17. She already has seven of her own kids, which brought the total number of children living under one roof to 12.

“We have all the boys in one room and we have all the girls in the other two rooms, so everybody’s kind of just on top of one another,” McCall said, as reported by CNN. “So we’ve been making the best out of the situation.”

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McCall’s sister worked for a home health agency and always took precautions. 

“She wore the mask, she kept her distance, she did the proper hand washing and all the proper things she was supposed to do,” McCall said. Her sister was first hospitalized for COVID back in September and her condition worsened.

Chantale, who had bronchitis and asthma, died about two weeks after she was first hospitalized on Sept. 16. Her husband died on Oct. 25. 

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“She loves these children with all of [her] heart,” McDonald said. “She is not the one to ask for assistance from anyone. She is just trying to raise 12 children and meet their everyday needs not only for Christmas.”

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