A judge ruled that Dame Dash’s visits with his daughter Tallulah must be monitored and that the former Roc-A-Fella Records owner not use marijuana for at least 24 hours before he sees her, according to TMZ.
Dash had been seeking to have the visits unsupervised, but the judge made the ruling, at least in part, due to Dash’s marijuana usage.
(The original story in this thread ran April 21, 2015. It is as follows.)
Dame Dash has lost custody of his two daughters (Ava, 15 and Tallulah, 6), TMZ reports.
The celebrity gossip site states Dame’s ex-wife Rachel Roy has been given primary legal and physical custody of the children.
Roy claimed Dash was unfit to raise the girls by himself and placed a three-year restraining order against her ex-husband.
Dame will reportedly get supervised visitation.
In other Dame Dash news, he and Kanye West have not purchased Karmaloop yet.
The Boston Globe recently ran an article detailing the demise of the e-commerce site which filed for bankruptcy earlier this year. As part of the bankruptcy process, an auction for Karmaloop will take place in mid-May, according to court documents.
Contrary to prior reports, West and Dash do not own the site. If they choose to continue to pursue the company, they will have to make a minimum offer of $13 million at the auction.
In March, Karmaloop’s founder and CEO Greg Selkoe confirmed to the Boston Business journal that the two were serious about the site.
“We’ve spoken to a bunch of different people,” Selkoe said. “We’ve heard from them [Kanye, Dame] and others ,too. There’s a lot of interest in Karmaloop and we consider that a good thing.””
Selkoe would like to remain in charge of the company in some capacity once it is bought and restructured.
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