‘1000-Lb. Sisters’ Star Amy Slaton’s Abusive Husband Ordered to Remove Personal Items from Shared Home
The judge presiding over the couple’s divorce case has ordered Michael Halterman to, “remove all clothing, paperwork, and personal effects” from their home, according to court documents obtained by The Sun.
An agreement has been reached that will enable Michael, who is 40 years old, to enter their shared residence at a mutually agreed-upon time and date.
The court has granted permission to the dad of two to enter the shared residence, “to recover his clothing, paperwork, and personal effects.”
Amy Slaton, 35, has been authorized to have a third party oversee Michael’s brief and formal visit.
Apart from permitting Michael to enter the residence one time, the court has ordered both Michael and Amy to maintain a distance of 500 feet from each other at all times.
The court has instructed both parties to stay at a minimum distance of 500 feet from each other’s properties, and all communication must be conducted on an app that is supervised by the court.
Additionally, the former couple are prohibited from making any public statements or social media posts regarding each other or the litigation.
Finally, the court has mandated that Amy and Michael file their taxes separately for 2022, with each being permitted to claim one minor child and being solely accountable for any resulting deficiency or refund.
As reported, the judge has decided to award both parents with temporary joint custody of their two sons, Gage, who is two years old, and Glenn, who is nine months old.
As per the court documents, Michael is of the opinion that he is entitled to joint custody since both he and Amy have played a role as caregivers for the children since their birth.
On March 22, 2023, the court decreed that a “shared parenting schedule” must be established to enable Amy and Michael to, “maximize the amount of available parenting time.”
On February 28, the TLC star filed an order of emergency protection, an order to surrender firearms and a protective order summons, against Michael, 40.
The court docket states: “Amended to allow contact with children on 3/8/23. Allowed supervised contact with children, no physical discipline, supervised by mother and sister.”
Amy Slaton made a 911 call four days before filing for the order of protection, alleging that Michael had become “violent” in the family home. Amy claimed that her husband began “throwing things” during an intense argument, according to the 911 dispatch document.
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