Randall Emmett believes his exes, Lala Kent and Ambyr Childers, are “working together” to take him down and “destroy” his reputation.
In court documents, Randall denies that he was ever abusive to Ambyr during their eight-year marriage. In 2015, Randall, who was separated from Amybr at the time, meets Vanderpump Rules star Lala Kent. The two started dating and later became engaged in 2018 before splitting in October 2021.
“I believe that Ambyr and Lauren are working together in [an] attempt to destroy my reputation to give them both an advantage for custody,” Randall claimed. “Ambyr has completely fabricated abuse that never happened, and I believe that Lauren has convinced her to do so.”
In October, Ambyr filed a restraining order against Randall, claiming that he and his lawyer have been sending her “threatening” emails.
“Ambyr has never made any allegations of domestic violence against me during our marriage, nor has she ever made allegations of domestic violence against me since we separated,” he claimed. “Ambyr states she cannot remember specific incidents of abuse. She cannot remember specific incidents because there are none.”
Randall claims that Lala and Ambyr have created an elaborate scheme to go after him in order to win their custody battles.
The movie producer shares a daughter, Ocean, 1, with Lala and has two daughters, London, 12, and Rylee, 9, with his ex-wife Ambyr.
“Ambyr’s claims now stem from her friendship with my former fiancée, Lauren Burningham, the mother of my youngest daughter, Ocean,” he stated. “Lauren and I are in the middle of a very contentious custody litigation, in which Lauren has made false allegations of abuse, though she has never filed a DVRO Request against me because she knows she is not a victim of abuse.”
He went on to claim that “if anyone is a victim of abuse in this relationship, it is me.”
Vanderpump Rules is expected to return for season 10 in early 2023.
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Source: Page Six