Christina Hall made an exception with a Psychology Today article titled “The ‘reality’ of children on television” calling for greater protection of children appearing on reality shows. The part of the article that upset Hall mentioned how Ant Anstead had pushed for Hudson Anstead to be removed from the spotlight and not appear on any reality shows, against the wishes of his ex-wife. “In court papers, he said he feared memorable moments and felt exposure to toxic comments on social media was simply not worth the risk,” the article on Anstead’s decision states.
The “Flip or Flop” star posted a screenshot of the Psychology Today article on Instagram on October 25 and sounded in the comments section against both the author and her ex-husband. “Sloppy journalism/click baiting at its finest,” Hall wrote. She mentioned that even when her son was part of the filming, she was for limited hours, as her shows focused on the moving house aspect of her life. “Stop using me and my son for your narrative, it’s trash and disgusting,” she added. Hall later had harsh words for Anstead when she realized that she had shared the Psychology Today article on her own Instagram page. “This makes this even more strange and disturbing,” she wrote.
In May, Anstead defended himself against a fan on Instagram who claimed he wanted to prevent Hudson from seeing his mother. “[H]huh? Who told you that? It’s the LAST thing I want! (Don’t believe the click bait press),” Anstead commented.
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