Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook, Round 2- Is the Custody Fight Over


The custody fight of Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook reared its ugly head again.

Last year the case settled after several days of lurid testimony about Peter Cook's affair with a teenage store clerk and revelations that he spent thousands of dollars downloading pornography.

Sophia Chang and John Valenti report in Newsday that the in the current dispute:

Cook wanted Brinkley found in contempt of court for allegedly failing to deliver their son's passport to his house in November, which, Cook said, caused Jack to miss a school trip to Egypt. In return, Brinkley's attorneys filed a countermotion to hold Cook in contempt for discussing the marriage on talk shows in violation of a confidentiality agreement.

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