James Tupper and Anne Heche are locked in an ugly custody battle over their 12-year-old son Atlas. The court documents obtained by Page Six claim that Homer and Atlas have a “mutual dislike” for each other. The document goes on to allege that Heche has “exacerbated the situation” by allowing Homer to behave negatively toward Atlas while they are alone together without Tupper present.
In 2018, Tupper left the show “Big Sky” on the same day the allegations of misconduct were first made against David E. Kelley, alleging he was subject to “inappropriate behavior” from Kelley and a “toxic environment” behind the scenes, according to Deadline.
Homer and Atlas have had a mutual dislike of each other, which has resulted in a hostile environment when they are together,” the declaration alleges. “Homer and Atlas have had a mutual dislike of each other since Homer was born. The friction between Homer and Atlas has been exacerbated by the fact that they are both very intelligent, strong-willed boys who are extremely close to their mothers. This situation has created an environment where there is tension whenever these two brothers are together.
James Tupper Unhappy With Homer
“It is clear that Homer has not been listening to father’s requests and has even made things worse, exacerbating the situation by allowing Homer to behave negatively toward Atlas while they are alone together without Tupper present,” states Heche in the court filing.
Heche also accused James Tupper of attempting to isolate her from her family by “threatening her with financial ruin,” which he denies in his response.
James Tupper has remained silent on the accusations. The court documents obtained by the media are just the latest in an ongoing custody battle between Tupper and Heche. The two have been fighting over their son Atlas since he was born, and things have only gotten worse as time has gone on.