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Camille Grammer Stunned as Kelsey Files for Sole Custody of Kids!



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Kelsey Grammer’s ex-wife Camille was stunned when she found out on yesterday that her ex-husband has filed for sole physical custody of their two young children.

Camille, who has until recently been a star of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” called the surprise move “insensitive to our children.” She has reportedly said she sees no reason to disrupt the status quo of the children living with her and Kelsey Grammer having access and visitation rights.

Grammer was granted a quickie divorce in order to marry his girlfriend, Kayte Walsh, in January, 2011. The couple were married in February.

Camille Grammer’s friends are now keen to defend her, calling her an “excellent mother” and saying that Kelsey has no legitimate grounds on which to file for sole custody of his daughter Mason (8) and son Jude (5).

Kelsey’s rep refused to comment on the custody claim, merely saying “Any statement would be inappropriate. The filing speaks for itself.”

This is further bad news for Camille Grammer. It was reported earlier this month that “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star is being replaced by another high-profile ex: actor Eddie Cibrian’s first wife Brandi Glanville.

Glanville split from Cibrian when his affair with Leann Rimes went public in 2009. She is reportedly already filming scenes on the show and the dumping of Grammer from the show seems official.

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