Flip Off! Tarek Threatens Christina: Keep My Kids Off Camera

Tarek El Moussa Threatens Ex-Wife Christina Over Kids Involvement With New Show

Exes Tarek and Christina El Moussa are still fighting, five months after their divorce was finalized, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively. Now he’s taking aim at her new HGTV show, demanding she keep their children OFF camera or else.

“It’s turned vicious. He doesn’t want the public in on their kids’ lives and he’s threatening to take her back to court if she does,” an insider told Radar. “Christina is going with her plans though.”

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As Radar reported, El Moussa’s new show – Christina on the Coast – will focus on Christina’s home renovation as she moves from Yorba Linda to Newport Beach with her two young children, Taylor, seven, and Brayden, two.

In the first episode, she will renovate her own mansion, and will later help others transform their properties into luxury spaces.

“Her show is about her design business and her lifestyle so of course she’s going to feature her kids in it,” the source revealed.

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Christina and Tarek announced they were splitting up last December, a few months after a horrifying incident that found the reality star “crying and shaking” as she pleaded with police to save her “possibly suicidal” husband.

The couple managed to continue filming their hit HGTV Flip or Flop for an additional season, but in an exclusive interview with Radar, Tarek revealed he and Christina were “living separate lives.”

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Since that time, Christina has left Tarek in the dust, moving in with new boyfriend, fellow tv host Ant Anstead, for a trial marriage.

“She’s tweaking Tarek’s nose by flaunting her new boyfriend all over town” the source revealed.

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