Brian Austin Green hits back at his ex’s alleged custody shadow

Brian Austin Green’s drama with his ex Vanessa Marcil was long and tumultuous. The two met on the set of 90210 and started dating in 1999, per People. The two got engaged in 2001 and welcomed their son Kassius in 2002. They soon separated in 2003 and became embroiled in a lengthy custody battle with Kassius and court cases. In 2012, Green filed a lawsuit against Marcil, alleging that she owed him $200,000, but the judge dismissed the case, per E! News. Marcil hit back at Green with a suit of his own, demanding more than $50,000.

In 2018, Marcil claimed that Green was also trying to get full custody of Kassius, explaining on Instagram: “12 years ago I was served legal papers and then spent more than 8 years putting myself and my son in front of a Detention court in response to his father and stepmother trying to get full custody … and then asking me to pay them child support,” according to Us Weekly.

Marcil then accused Green and his then-wife Megan Fox of cutting Kassius out of their lives. Things seemed to be on the up between the two exes when Kassius visited Green on the set of the 90210 reboot. However, Green is now speaking out against Marcil’s claims about their custody battle.

Brian Austin Green shares receipts over custody battle

It looks like Brian Austin Green and Vanessa Marcil still can’t find a solution after all these years. On Oct. 13, Green took to Instagram to share a snippet of her custody document, which shows Vanessa Marcil was the petitioner while Green was the defendant, per Page Six. Green wrote: “I just heard my ex claim I spent years taking her to court asking for child support. Then how was I the defendant???” He then used the hashtags “#factsisfacts” and “#thetruthshallsetyoufree”.

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In September, Marcil opened up about being a single mom in a lengthy Instagram post. “I am proud to be an advocate for single mothers. I’ve said goodbye to a lot of ‘on paper’ good men because as women we often pretend that our men are better than they actually are… I love men. I’m raising a man.” She went on to say that women need to educate men to be accountable for their actions and to respect women. It’s unclear if she’s referring to Green, but hopefully her years of struggle will soon come to an end walk.