Jeremy Renner’s custody battle together with his ex-wife Sonni Pacheco is getting actually ugly. Pacheco is now alleging Renner as soon as put a gun in his mouth and threatened to kill her whereas excessive on cocaine.
Pacheco is requesting full custody of their 6-year-old daughter Ava with monitored visitation for Renner. They presently have joint custody.
In court docket paperwork for the custody change, Pacheco makes severe allegations of drug abuse and threatening behaviors towards the Avengers star.
She claims Renner as soon as positioned a gun in his mouth and threatened to kill himself. He then fired the gun into the ceiling whereas Ava was asleep in her room.
Last November, whereas drunk and excessive on coke at a membership, he allegedly instructed somebody he wished to kill Pacheco as a result of he “could not deal with her anymore, and he just wanted her gone.”
She says that wasn’t the primary time he threatened to kill her. She alleges the nanny additionally as soon as overhead Renner considering killing Pacheco and himself, stating: “It was better that Ava had no parents than to have [Sonni] as a mother.”
Pacheco states in the paperwork that Renner has a lengthy historical past of substance abuse and verbal and bodily abuse.
She claims whereas holding Ava, he as soon as left coke on the lavatory counter the place it was doable for the baby to attain the substance.
Ava herself additionally as soon as instructed her om that her dad has a number of ladies in and out of the home together with: “Tayler, Kelley, Natalie, Summer, Faith, Christina, Naz and Jessica.”
A rep for Renner launched a assertion to TMZ in response to Pacheco’s stunning allegations. It reads:
“The well-being of his daughter Ava has always been and continues to be the primary focus for Jeremy. This is a matter for the court to decide. It’s important to note the dramatizations made in Sonni’s declaration are a one-sided account made with a specific goal in mind.”
Renner and Pacheco have been married in January 2014. Pacheco filed for divorce in December of that yr.