REPORT: CIARA AND FUTURE CAN’T COME TO AN AGREEMENT ABOUT SON’S TRAVELING SCHEDULE

They May Have To Hash Things Out In Court

Ciara is asking the courts to intervene on her son Future Zahir’s behalf. The celebrity mom is allegedly having a difficult time coming to terms with a viable schedule that works for her and her son’s father, Future, and now she says that the chaos is starting to affect their son.

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TMZ reports,

“According to new legal docs, obtained by TMZ, Ciara’s legal team is asking the court to force Future to enter mediation … so they can hammer out a new travel itinerary for 4-year-old Future Jr.

If the judge won’t force Daddy Future into mediation, Ciara wants a trial to settle the matter.”

Ciara’s team previously noted that Future frequently missed visits with his son, which has inevitably affected Future Zahir’s emotional state. The celebrity parents reportedly tried to work out a schedule that works for all parties involved with no luck. Now, Ciara is hoping that the courts can help.

The ‘Level Up’ singer delved into her life as both an entertainer and family person during a recent interview with Cosmopolitan. “There’s so much happening when you have two kids and work,” Ciara admitted. “Faith has been the thing that’s carried me through,” the singer declared. “I’ve had moments when I’ve been in the shower crying to myself. In the toughest moments, I would say to God, Thank you in advance. I would just declare it because I know He’s going to get me out of this moment.”

Ciara’s good vibes have carried her far. What is next for Ci Ci and her family? We’ll have to wait and see!

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