Amidst the heated split between Kelsey Grammer and ex-wife Camille Grammer, Kelsey is fighting for sole custody of their children.
The ‘Frasier’ star, 56, is requesting primary physical custody of Mason, 9, and Jude, 6 – the two children he has with the ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star, 42.
The filing, which offers Camille time with the kids during half of their summer and half of their winter break, asks for the new custody agreement to begin after July 2, one year since the reality star filed for divorce from the now remarried actor.
“Any statement would be inappropriate,” Kelsey’s rep said. “The filing speaks for itself.”
I think both parents are fit to take care of their children, so an equal share seems fair to me. Unless Camille is absolutely crazy behind the scenes, I don’t think he judge will give full custody to Grammer.
Camille Grammer, Kelsey’s soon to be ex-wife, told Howard Stern this morning that Kelsey likes to dress in women’s clothing. She further added that he appeared in the cross-dressing La Cage aux Folles because he liked women’s clothes.
Kelsey’s rep, Stan Rosenfield, tells TMZ, “While it is not clear why Camille Grammer continues making public statements about her marriage to Kelsey, it is crystal clear that Kelsey will continue not responding, regardless of content.”
Star magazine reports that Kelsey Grammer suffered a mild heart attack on May 31.
The “Frasier” star was paddle boarding by his Hawaiin home with his wife, Camille, when the attack occurred.
Grammer was then airlifted to a Honolulu hospital for tests, and has already been sent home.
Kelsey Grammer is aiming to come “Back To You” with a new ABC comedy pilot.
Following the recent cancellation of his Fox series, the actor has signed onto a starring role in “Roman’s Empire,” a single-camera comedy about a guy named Leo (comic Nick Thune) who is dumped by his girlfriend (Christine Woods) but can’t get away from her wealthy family, the Prettys.
Grammer will play the girlfriend’s eccentric, overbearing father.
“Empire,” based on a British comedy of the same name, is being produced by Ashton Kutcher’s Katalyst Films and began shooting this week.
Grammer played psychiatrist Frasier Crane for over 20 years on NBC’s “Cheers” and “Frasier,” and news anchor Chuck Darling for one season on “Back To You.”
He also voices recurring character Sideshow Bob on “The Simpsons” and played Beast in the 2006 blockbuster “X-Men: The Last Stand.”
It’s unknown whether the guards at Springfield prison will take away Sideshow Bob’s latest Emmy when, as they did over 10 years ago.
Of course, it wasn’t Bob that really won the Emmy anyway, it was Kelsey Grammer, who provides the voice for the criminal who has it in for Bart Simpson.
E! Online reports that Grammer took home the trophy for Outstanding Performer for a Voice Over in the awards handed out on July 19.
That Emmy, along with Costumes for a Variety or Music Program and Individual Outstanding Achievement in Animation, were handed out at a special ceremony on Wednesday. The rest of the awards which are handed out live will be handed out on the telecast on Aug. 27 to be hosted by Conan O’Brien.