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Judge Grants Tyrese’s Ex-Wife Permission To Take Daughter To Israel

Tyrese Gibson 5Tyrese Gibson lost his bid to stop ex-wife Norma Gibson from taking their daughter Shayla to Israel. The singer/actor told a court he feared she would not return to the United States due to the fact she is an Israeli citizen. The judge disagreed and authorized the trip. Norma says international law ensures why she’ll bring Shayla back safe and sound.

The judge instructed Tyrese to hand over the passport of their 7-year-old daughter so that Norma can take her to Israel for two weeks over spring break, reports TMZ.

Norma has also agreed to share all of the travel details with Tyrese and insists she is tied to L.A. and will return.

Tyrese Gibson Fears Ex-Wife Will Flee To Israel With Daughter

Tyrese Gibson has filed court papers asking a judge to stop his ex Norma Gibson from taking their daughter Shayla to Israel. Norma is supposed to be going on a vacation there but due to the fact she is an Israeli citizen, he is afraid she will not return with the child.

TMZ reports that Israel would not do anything to help Tyrse should Norma decide to stay there. Tyrese tried to get Norma to sign a contract promising to return Shayla by a certain date and if she violated the deal she’d lose custody. Norma refused to sign.

It is now before a family court mediator who will set the ground rules. The trip is set for March 27th.

Tyrese Gibson’s Ex-Wife Refuses To Turn Over Daughter For Visit; Cops Called

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Tyrese Gibson and his ex-wife’s custody drama appears to be escalating. Last night when he showed up for his court-ordered vistation, Norma Mitchell refused to give him their daughter Shayla. She claims the child is sick but Tyrese does not believe that story. She called the cops to her home to help deal with the incident. Read more

Tyrese’s Ex-Wife Wants More Child Support

Tyrese Gibson’s ex-wife took him back to court and asked the judge to increase her child support payment’s for their daughter Shayla. Norma Gibson told the court that he is an absentee father. Tyrese’s ex claims she deserves more support because he consistently blows off daddy duties, reports TMZ. At the time of their divorce he was ordered today her $6,230 a month in child support.

He offered up proof that he wasn’t by revealing that he threw Shayla a 300-person birthday party when she turned five. Tyrese also says he pays for Shayla’s private school and her nanny, he regularly buys her new clothes, shoes, and around the holidays he spends “thousands” to play Santa.

On the day of the hearing Tyrese Tweeted: “Real MEN and Fathers…. Pray a hard prayer for me this morning from wherever you are. This morning is gonna be a rough one.. #ShaylaDadLove.”

The judge denied Norma’s request for the child support increase. After the hearing was over Tyrese posted: Read more

Tyrese Gibson Tells Wife To Get A Job


Tyrese Gibson sounds like he’s tired of paying out money to his estranged wife, Norma Mitchell Gibson. In court papers, Tyrese basically tells her to get a job.

According to RadarOnline.com, Tyrese claims that despite having a pre-nup agreement, he has “already paid $75,000 worth of respondents professional fees and costs for a marriage which lasted less than 10 months. Prior to this 10 month marriage, respondent and I entered into a prenutpial agreement which resolved all issues between us, other than those pertaining to our minor child.”

His attorney  requested that Norma take a vocational exam. “Ms. Gibson can and should seek employment and is lawfully employable in the United States at this time.”

The next hearing in this case will be July 27th.

Judge Rules On Tyrese Gibson Child Support

A judge has ordered Tyrese Gibson to pay $6,222.00 per month to his estranged wife Norma for support of their daughter, Shayla.

The judge gave primary physical custody to Norma with visitation for Tyrese.  The support will apply until Shayla reaches the age of 18.

The couple is due back in court on August 18 and 19 to hear Norma’s case on contesting the prenuptial agreement.