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Royce Reed Calls Police on Dwight Howard over Daycare Incident

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
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All had been quiet on the Dwight Howard and Royce Reed front for most of the summer (thank Lebron).  I thought Royce actually helped her public perception by appearing on Basketball Wives (didn’t know it was possible).

Alas all the good feelings couldn’t last forever as TMZ uncovered a Daycare incident between Superman and Smurfette. Here are the details:

It all went down on August 26 when Howard — who is in an ongoing custody war with baby mama Royce Reed — went to pick up their 2-year-old son. Reed, we’re told, flipped out and called the cops because she claimed the custody agreement didn’t give Howard the right to pick the child up that day.

Reed showed up at the day care center for a showdown, but Howard had already left with the kid.

The cops called Howard … and the NBA star explained he and his ex made a new agreement … giving him the right to cart his kid away that day. But … after speaking with lawyers from both sides, the cops handed down their verdict — a new custody agreement was discussed but never signed.

The cops ordered Howard to return the child to the day care center, stat. Howard’s nanny — the Henry Kissinger character — took the boy back to school and Reed took him home.

In this particular situation I am going to side with Howard. It isn’t like Dwight can flee the country on anything, so i don’t think there was any need to call the police.

Just sounds like miscommunication which happens a lot when you have two parents living apart.

You don’t want cops showing up at Daycare and people houses if it isn’t necessary that can scar a kid for life.

Just do what normal people do, make a phone call and work it out.

Life isn’t always a reality show.

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