Ciara and Future have been pretty low-key with their drama over the past couple of months, but the former pair are making headlines again for their legal messiness.

According to reports, CiCi is demanding a Georgia judge grant her a permanent injunction against her baby daddy Future; she wants to prohibit him from ever speaking negatively about her in the press or his social media accounts again. She claims that this is the only way to stop the ongoing injuries he is causing to her career and personal life.

Sources say that Mrs. Russell Wilson returned to court earlier this month and filed an amended complaint saying Future has wrecked her reputation, lost her a $500k+ endorsement deal, and ruined the good will she obtained through her work on numerous charities, including her education outreach efforts with First Lady Michelle Obama.

Court documents filed by Ciara say, “Following the parties’ break-up, both plaintiff and defendant embarked on new personal relationships. However, it is important to note that given Plaintiff’s celebrity status, her relationship with her current significant other became highly publicized in April, 2015, and has been a subject of media attention since that time. Plaintiff’s new significant other is also a public figure.”

They continue:

“Unless enjoined and restrained by the Court, Defendant will republish, repeat and continue to disseminate the Tweets. Such continued republications and dissemination of the defamatory and offensive falsehoods will cause irreparable harm to Plaintiff by damaging her reputation and adversely affecting her philanthropic and

business efforts as well as her personal relationships.”

No word just yet on the judge’s final decision.

SOURCE: The Jasmine Brand | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty 


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