The mom of one also asked the judge to make Griffin communicate with her using an app called “Our Family Wizard,” which is supposed to ease the challenges of co-parenting, according to her docs.
“The best way to solve shared parenting and joint custody challenges once and for all,” the app’s website says. “Tools to help eliminate miscommunication, avoid arguments, and protect children from conflict.”
Griffin hasn’t yet responded to his ex-wife’s filing because Liddicoat hasn’t been able to serve Griffin at the Baltimore-area hotel where he and his family have been living during the season.
It’s not the first time that Liddicoat and Griffin have faced off in front of a judge.
We exclusively revealed that the pair divorced last year after Liddicoat accused Griffin of cutting off her credit cards even though he knew she was unemployed and needed almost $36,000 a month to run their Texas household.
Griffin and Liddicoat were married for three years before the oft-injured player filed for divorce in Sept. 2016, citing that his three-year marriage was irretrievably broken, and there was no chance for a reconciliation.
Liddicoat’s lawyer declined to comment.