Court bars Korra Obidi and ex-husband Justin Dean from posting visuals of their children on social media
A court in California, United States of America, has barred dancer Korra Obidi and her ex-husband, Justin Dean, from posting visuals of their children on social media.
In a court document dated January 19th 2022, the former couple, who are parents to June Dean and Athena Dean, were forbidden from posting videos, photos or live-stream of their children or any content that have their children in it on social media until further notice.
The court order partly reads, “Neither party may post any videos, photos or live-stream the minor children on any social media platform nor allow the minor children to appear in any picture, video or live-stream posted to any social media platform without further Court Order. Neither party may take video, photos or live stream any interaction between the parties in this matter until further Court Order.”
Justin announced in March 2022 that he was divorcing Korra, just days after she welcomed their second child.
Their divorce was finalized in November 2022.
However, earlier this week, Korra informed her followers that Justin has started another court case in an attempt to take her kids from her because their daughter June said she was hungry.
A day after, Justin released a photo of him and their daughters with a caption that appeared to be taunting Korra.
Anita Chukwumfumnaya Obidi (born 23 June 1994), known as Korra Obidi, is a Nigerian dancer, singer-songwriter and model.
She is from the Ogboli clan of Oshimili North in Delta State. She was born into a family of three girls and a boy. Her mother is deceased. Her family attended Deeper Christian Life Ministry and so she hid her passion for dancing from them while growing up.
She was the recipient of an AFRIMMA nomination for the Best Dancer in 2017. She performed in the Basketball Africa League 2017/2018 season.h
She was a contestant in the 2019 edition of the American talent show So You Think You Can Dance while heavily pregnant. She started her dance career in 2007, featuring in a song by Nigerian female rapper Sasha P.