Just when we thought the divorce between pop star Usher and Tameka Foster Raymond couldn’t become less classy, comes this report from Country Club of the South.
TMZ.com is reporting that Johns Creek cops were called to the singer’s Country Club of the South home on Sept. 11, following a custody dispute with Foster Raymond.
According to the police report posted on TMZ, Usher claimed someone “scratched his 2007 GMC Yukon down the driver’s side” one day after he had a custody argument with Foster Raymond. In the report, Usher alleges the damage “may be in relation” to the argument.
Johns Creek cops note that the vehicle parked on Usher’s property is actually registered to Foster Raymond. Country Club of the South security guards posted at the entrance of the ritzy development told police there was no log record of Foster Raymond entering the complex. But surveillance video was not immediately available.
Foster Raymond’s reps were quick to respond to the allegation: “This is just another attempt to disparage Tameka. It’s simply an angry ploy that has no merit.”