Kirkland said Long has only seen the boy one day a month in 2018 and has barely spent time with him after he moved to Tennessee.
“I would love for Jaime to spend more time with (the child),” Kirkland wrote in an affidavit obtained by BOSSIP. “However, in light Jaime’s recent decision to enter into a romantic, committed relationship with a woman convicted of first-degree murder, I am extremely fearful.”
Long never responded to the suit, so the judge put him in default. Now, Long will now only have supervised visits with the boy – who BOSSIP is not naming – and isn’t allowed to have his son in Brown’s presence, the order says. The order says that Long is barred from trying to hide the son, take him out of school or the state of Texas or discuss the case in front of him. If Long ignores the court order, he faces a $500 fine for each violation and six months in jail, the court papers say.
The judge also upped Long’s child support to $527 a month, which includes $300 for the son’s health insurance, the order states.
Long’s custody case isn’t the only controversy that has plagued his and Brown’s new union. Pam Long from the 90s group Total accused Long of abusing her during their one-year marriage. Long has denied her allegations.
We reached Kirkland’s lawyer and to Long for comment.