Divorce Decision: After the show
"After the Dr. Phil shoot, Emily just kind of snapped and started laying into me," says Brandon. "Emily started to yell at me that I was a horrible person and I was ruining everything."
Brandon blames Emily for ruining their relationship. "Emily's new hobby, to be a pathological liar, is, actually, probably the reason we're getting a divorce," he says. "Emily molested me and she knows it."
"He's abusive and a sexual predator, and I don't trust him one bit," Emily declares.
"I was advised to cross-file a PFA, which I did the next day. When we went to court, however, I was basically ambushed," Brandon says. "I didn't know Emily had a lawyer. She had witnesses."
"In the courtroom, Brandon found out that he was evicted from the house. He started crying and yelling profanities," Julie remembers. "The judge had the guards take him out."
"They granted Emily's permanent PFA for 36 months, stating that I couldn't see or talk to her in any way, shape or form," Brandon says. "I have court-ordered visitation with Jenna every other weekend."
"I don't think Brandon should have visitation rights," says Julie, who serves as mediator for Jenna. "He's not stable. I don't trust what he says, and I don't know what he'll do once he has [Jenna]."
"Emily keeps using our daughter as a tool for revenge. I haven't had any visitation with Jenna for close to two months now," Brandon says.
Emily worries that Brandon could harm their child. "He could take my daughter and disappear, and I would never see her again. I fear that if Brandon has Jenna, he could either lose his temper and physically abuse her, or sexually abuse her, and that scares me to death," she says.