“My ex Danielle is incredibly hateful, spiteful, antagonistic and a malicious human being,” says Brandon. “She has terrorized my family for years.”
Brandon claims Danielle is a terrible mother to their 10-year-old daughter, whom Brandon and his wife, Desiree, now have full custody of, and that she constantly makes false accusations against him.
“Danielle has accused me of threatening to kill her, twice. She’s accused me of harassment, and she’s filed three different restraining orders against me,” Brandon says. “I want to make it clear that I have never threatened to kill Danielle in any way, shape or form. It’s ridiculous. She throws these accusations around and hopes something sticks.”
Brandon adds that every time Danielle visits their daughter, there is always drama.
“I’ve driven 16 hours from Alabama to New York to go pick up my daughter, and Danielle wouldn’t hand her over,” Brandon claims. “There have been times where Danielle purposefully made us miss our flight. Because of Danielle’s games, my daughter has missed a substantial amount of school.”
Danielle claims it’s Brandon who’s the bad parent, saying he is a manipulative, compulsive liar.
Brandon says Danielle cares more about herself and her nonexistent acting and singing career than her own daughter.
“One of my biggest frustrations is that Danielle puts God, singing for church and her aspirations to be rich and famous above the needs of our daughter,” he says. “She wants to be famous, but she doesn’t actually have any talent.”
In the video above, hear more from Brandon, including how he and Danielle met and how he says he learned she was pregnant. This episode of Dr. Phil airs Monday. And on Tuesday, hear why Danielle called poison control while Brandon was caring for their daughter. Can Dr. Phil help these exes come together for the sake of their child caught in the middle? Check here to see where you can watch.