ONLY ON 3: Boseman, girlfriend involved in custody battle
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Two children have been removed temporarily from former Sen. Julia Boseman’s home.
Boseman’s live-in girlfriend lost custody because of allegations of drug use and violence.
According to court documents, the 12-year old and seven-year old were living with their mother, Lala Ohnmacht in a New Hanover County home. The children’s father, Charles Ohnmacht, says his ex lives there with Boseman.
Charles Ohnmacht filed for emergency custody, claiming his ex-wife and Boseman use illegal drugs, like cocaine, abuse alcohol in front of the children and left the 12-year-old alone, who was found walking down Carolina Beach Road.
In July, we reported Boseman was accused of hitting the owner of a Wilmington restaurant. That allegedly happened in front of the seven-year old. That violence was also cited in the paperwork filing for emergency custody.
Monday, a judge granted the father temporary custody of the children and ordered Lala Ohnmacht to submit to a drug test within 24 hours.
We called Boseman to ask her about these allegations. She denied doing drugs and eventually hung up.
Boseman currently shares custody of a son with her ex-partner, Melissa Jarrell. She also shares custody of a two-year-old with ex-wife Chrystal Medlin. According to Medlin’s attorney Duke Lineberry, “The results of the motion may have an impact on this case… Right now, can’t say whether it will or not.”
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