UPDATED 12/17/19 5:56 p.m. ET: According to a new report from TMZ, Lira Galore claims that Quality Control CEO "Pee" Thomas is "completely incapable of handling his kids." The outlet cites new documents in the ex-couple's ongoing custody battle, in which Galore says Thomas is "unfit" to parent their 8-month-old daughter Khaleesi, because he's been an absent father to all five of his children.
Galore says it's "simply untrue" that she offered Thomas unsupervised visitation with Khaleesi. She accuses Thomas of using their daughter for social media purposes, and then handing her off to "current female friend, girlfriend, or any other women." She reportedly believes that Thomas' lifestyle is too "dangerous" to be a parent, and has evidence that he was abusive toward her, and two other mothers of his children.
Pee responded by defending his name and sharing text messages.
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According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Pee denies abusing Galore. In fact, he told the court Galore was "physically violent towards him." Thomas also questioned claims that he is an unfit father. His legal team argued that if Galore saw him as a bad parent then she wouldn't allow him to have so much time alone with their 8-month-old daughter, Khaleesi.
"It must be questioned as to why she allowed him unsupervised visitation with the parties' daughter and waited so long to file this monetary claim," the documents read, per TMZ.
Thomas went on to accuse Galore of being the troubled parent. Along with domestic violence accusations, Pee alleged that Galore abused various drugs during their relationship, which contributed to her anger.
Earlier this month, Galore filed a $15 million lawsuit against the Quality Control CEO. In her complaint, Galore noted five instances where Pee reportedly instigated violence against her. At least one of these incidents is said to have taken place while she was pregnant. Galore claimed Pee damaged her property and that she's already spent $19,000 taking care of their child. As a result, she's requesting $20,000 immediately as well as being awarded sole physical custody of their child.