Christina Corridor’s Husband Speaks Out Amid Her Custody Battle With Ex-Partner Ant Anstead

After two years of marriage and having one child together, HGTV star Christina Hall (née Haack) and Ant Anstead divorced in June of 2021, with the former citing irreconcilable differences. And those differences apparently continue to this day because Anstead filed for full custody of their 2-year-old son this past week. He alleged that his ex-wife was an unsafe parent, but the judge denied his suit, pending further hearings. Now, Josh Hall, the 38-year-old’s third husband, is speaking out amid the ongoing custody battle.

Josh and Christina Hall quietly married just last month after a year of dating. As a result, the realtor’s new husband has become a father-adjacent figure to herother kids from previous marriages. Namely, she shares a 6-year-old and an 11-year-old with Tarek El Moussa, who was also her former co-star on the now-defunct Flip or Flop series, along with her child with Ant Anstead. In the wake of the Anstead custody issues, Josh reflected on his Instagram about stepping up and how he plans to be a role model, saying:

Never did I think taking on 3 kids from 2 other males would be easy. What I was sure of, the woman connected to them was worth it all. I am not these kids biological father, they have those. What I will be is the best example of a quality human being, always show them how to treat their mother with respect and support them in any way I can during their development.

The new man in their lives shared that he, too, faced the difficulties of having a “split home” as a kid. However, he defended the character of his wife, who has since rebounded from the Flip or Flop cancellation with yet another spinoff in the works. He deemed the TV personality a “very driven and incredible woman” and a “positive influence in these kids’ lives.”

Specifically, Christina Hall’s ex-husband, Ant Anstead, alleged several things in the custody filing: that she was only with their son, Hudson, nine days out of each month, that she had allowed him to get a severe sunburn and that her use of toad venom for anxiety was an issue. At the time, the home designer responded to the accusations that she was a “good mom” and that instead should’ve dealt with these matters “privately.” Her new husband echoed those sentiments:

There is a lot that goes on in personal lives that isn’t for public consumption, therefore not shared, kept private. So trust me as someone who likes to keep a low profile, no one except those directly involved knows jack about any situation more than them. 2 sides and the truth.

This isn’t the first time Josh has come to Christina Hall’s defense. But it also isn’t the first time she herself has been criticized in the public eye for her parenting skills One notable instance happened after a 2017 pool incident that involved child services. In 2020, at the height of her problems with Ant Anstead, the mother of three cryptically wrote on her Instagram an admonishment to those who might insinuate that she was an “absent mother.”

Regardless, it would seem she has a dedicated partner in her corner at present. Josh Hall hinted in his post that “no one will hurt her” while he remains in her life. See his lengthy address in its entirety down below:

The status of Ant Anstead’s bid for full-time custody remains, largely, a question mark. He was initially denied because Christina Hall gets a chance to argue her side of the story in court before any official changes can be made to their post-divorce agreement. And she will get the chance to do just that during a hearing in June, where Instead will be appealing for at least temporary full custody. Updates on the situation while likely to arise as time goes on.

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