Kathryn Dennis and her disgraced ex, Thomas Ravenel, currently share 50/50 custody of their young children, Kensie and Saint.
The Southern Charm star and the former star's custody fight has become intense.
Thomas lobbed a slew of accusations at Kathryn, the equivalent of claiming that his kids are faulty and that it's the manufacturer's fault.
In response, Kathryn says that Thomas is unstable.
In documents filed with family court, Kathryn is asking Thomas several questions.
She wants him to provide her with documents as well as speak under oath.
Kathryn wants him to prove his accusations against her or zip it.
And she has some accusations of her own. ...
There's no love lost between Thomas and Kathryn
After Thomas' accusations against her, Kathryn is hitting back with a serious of intense questions.
And the first question is:
Has Thomas Ravenel hired private investigators to scope out info on Kathryn or even on their children, Kensie and Saint? Kathryn wants to know everything.
Thomas was quick to accuse Kathryn in court documents of being a habitual drug user, even going so far as to say that years of testing clean count for nothing because she purchases "synthetic urine." Well, she was only too happy to turn the tables.
She wants to know all of Thomas' drug use
She wants to know which drugs he has taken, legally or illegally, in the past six years. Of any drugs that are legal, she wants to know who prescribed them and which pharmacy filled the prescription. As we all know, there are illegal ways of acquiring legal drugs.
And Kathryn has a particular question in mind
In papers filed with the court, Kathryn asks Thomas: "What date was it when you threw a party in your home downtown with illegal drugs present and you informed fellow party participants while standing in the bathroom that mushrooms don’t show up on drug screens?" Oof.
Also, he needs to pony up those reciepts
As we mentioned, Thomas leveled accusations of drug use against Kathryn. She wants him to prove it. Prove that she buys fake pee to pass drug tests. Prove that she's part of some elaborate drug trade with her friends, castmates, and even producers on Southern Charm.