Bobby Brown's Attempt to Overturn Divorce Denied
The singer sued his ex, Whitney Houston, for spousal support and shared custody
Bobby Brown’s attempt to overturn ex-wife Whitney Houston’s divorce terms was denied by an Orange County, Calif. judge Friday.
“His motion was denied because there were no appearances or phone calls from Mr. Brown today for a scheduled hearing,” said court spokeswoman Carole Levitsky. “As of now, there are no more pending court dates in this case.”
A rep for Brown did not immediately respond for comment.
In April 2007, Houston won a default judgment in their divorce – leaving Brown with nothing financially and only visitation rights over daughter Bobbi Kristina, 14.
The following month, Brown, 38, sued Houston, 44, for spousal support and shared custody, alleging he was duped into not responding in time to Houston’s initial divorce claim.
“I just miss my daughter,” Brown told PEOPLE last August. “The goal is to see her a lot more and to be involved in the decision making in her life.”
Houston, who currently lives in Atlanta, is working on another album with longtime mentor Clive Davis.