Cher Slams Accusations That She Hired 4 People To ‘Remove’ Her Son From Hotel Room
Cher has denied accusations that she allegedly hired “four people” to “remove” her son, Elijah Blue Allman, from his New York hotel room on his wedding anniversary with his estranged wife, Marie Angela King. When Access Hollywood reached out to the Grammy winner’s team for comment on the claims, her rep slammed the accusations stating there is “no truth to this.” King accused the singer of removing Allman from their hotel room, in court documents obtained by Access Hollywood. In the docs, the 36-year-old claimed she reunited with Allman in Nov. 2022 to work on their marriage. “After spending these 12 days together in NY, on November 30, 2022, the night of our wedding anniversary, 4 people came to our hotel room and removed Petitioner from our room,” King alleged in the docs. “I am currently unaware of my husband’s wellbeing or whereabouts. I am very concerned and worried about him. I was told by one of the four men who took him that they were hired by petitioner’s mother,” she added. King made the accusations against Cher while requesting spousal support. The court documents were filed on Dec. 5, 2022 but were recently made public as part of the couples ongoing divorce case. The next court date is scheduled for Oct. 27.