Grey’s Anatomy Jesse Williams and ex-wife ordered to take ‘high conflict’ parenting classes

Keith Mlauzi
By Keith Mlauzi 2 Min Read

A judge has ordered ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star Jesse Williams and his ex-wife Aryn Drake-Lee to take a ‘high conflict’ parenting course as the couple continues their vicious custody battle in court.

TMZ has reported that the couple fighting over custody issues has been ordered to participate in an online program for ‘high conflict parents.’

This comes after Williams tried and failed to modify previous court orders regarding custody and visitations of their two children, Maceo and Sadie.

The parenting course is said to be a 6 session online program and it will help them by providing strategies for reducing conflicts in co-parenting relationships.

Sarah Drew and Jesse Williams on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ | Mitch Haaseth via Getty Images
Sarah Drew and Jesse Williams on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ | Mitch Haaseth via Getty Images

Jesse and Aryn’s divorce saga has been extremely contentious as Jesse’s beefed with his ex-wife over child custody, lashed out over stories about him dating Minka Kelly and wages legal war over child support money.

Their divorce battle was finalized in October 2020 after three years of unending fights.

The judge signed that they both were to share joint legal and physical custody of their children. They were to meet and confer with each other about posting images of their kids on social media.

Aryn got to keep their family house in L.A. along with places in Brooklyn and Oakland.

Jesse kept all his profits made from the film, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ since their separation in 2017.

The actor portrays Dr. Jackson Avery in the ABC series. He has also appeared in several films such as The Cabin in the Woods, The Butler and Band Aid.

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