Famous chef Cat Cora claims that his ex-wife Jennifer Cora has made her life a living hell.
“Iron Chef” star, 53 years old, he was married to Jennifer for only two years, but they had a 17-year relationship and had four children: Zoran, 16, Caje, 13, Thatcher, 11, and Nash, 11.
The divorce was finalized in 2016, but Cat said Jennifer’s “want to destroy my life at all costs” began in 2015 and continued unabated, Cat said shortly on Page Six, calling it “a nightmare. since I can’t wake up. “
“It’s cyber-stalking, mental and emotional distress and abuse,” he said, amplifying the claims from court documents.
In 2018, Mississippi-born Cat remarried, tying the knot with describing Nicole Ehrlich, 45, who has two children.
Ehrlich compared Jennifer to “Ted Bundy,” claiming on Page Six that “her power and happiness come from making Cat miserable.”
Earlier this month, the star “My Kitchen Rules” filed a petition for a restraining order against domestic violence. Ehrlich also filed his own petition for a restraining order against Jennifer.
According to Cat’s petition, the couple claims that Jennifer repeatedly occupied them in public places such as the boys ’school and baseball fields, invading their personal space while they performed a scene.
In the petition for Cat’s restraining order, a scene is described from mid-2017 when her two youngest children were playing baseball and Jennifer caused a scene involving Nicole.
“Her parents saw her, the 6 children saw her or heard her hug Nicole …. Jennifer stood up in front of Nicole, she was quite shocked,” the document says.
“She’s an uncooperative co-parent,” Cat said. “For example he took me to court fifteen times in four years and basically failed me for having to defend me.”
In the petition for the restraining order, Cat wrote that the final straw was an incident in August when he was at home with Ehrlich and his six children and a “strange man” allegedly trespassed on his property and approached him. to a window while screaming.
“I didn’t know if we had been robbed, they were going to be killed, if he was trying to enter our house, he had no idea who this stranger was,” she wrote in the petition.
Ehrlich had run after him, and the neighbors, hearing the confusion, surrounded him until the police arrived. He served the newspapers, but Cat claims he never rang the doorbell and instead “transgressed criminally and didn’t leave when we told him. [him] to drive away our property until the police [came] … Police have told us that we absolutely must file a restraining order against Jennifer Cora. ”
“I never cared if I needed to be with my mom, or kids or anything,” Cat wrote in the petition for the restraining order. “Her whole purpose in life is for me to fail, to be destroyed, to not have a relationship with children, so that everyone knows that I am a BAD person ….. she is desperately trying to make me look like a bad person, bad mother, everything that hurt me. “
The court hearing regarding Cat’s petition is Sept. 22, while Ehrlich’s court date is scheduled for Sept. 28.
Jennifer Cora’s lawyer declined to comment.