Score two for Tameka Foster in her ongoing legal battle against Usher.
A judge held the singer in contempt this week and forced him to re-open his wife's Saks Fifth Avenue card, which Usher had shut down last year as part of his custody/alimony war against Foster.
The court agreed with Tameka that she needs that item in order to perform her job as a stylist.
Usher and Foster squared off in court yesterday despite the former's request to delay the hearing out of respect for Kile Glover, Foster's 11-year old stepson who passed away last month from injuries suffered in a jetski accident.
But Tameka objected to that request and stated Usher was only making it for self-centered reasons.
She then won a second victory after the court awarded her $1,300 to help pay a nanny bill.
There are still many long-term custody and child support issues to be worked out, but for one day at least, Usher was unable to exit the courthouse screaming "Yeah!" over any of the decisions made inside of it.