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Usher's Ex-Wife Releases First Photo Of Their Son After He Nearly Drowned (Photo)

August 8. 2013

Tameka Foster Raymond and Usher Raymond V

A sad photo was released today of the 5-year-old photo of singer Usherís son, Usher Raymond V, who almost drowned at his dadís home in Atlanta this week. Usher was not home at the time of the accident. The child was underwater for minutes, stuck to a powerful pool drain. Usher V appeared weak and sad in the photo, which is understandable after such a traumatic experience. Usherís ex-wife Tameka Foster Raymond posted the photo to Instagram.

Tameka Raymond (wearing a Kabbalah bracelet) and her late son Kile Glover

Foster is using the incident to gain back custody of her two sons with Raymond. She is stating they are not safe in his care. Raymond may counter that Fosterís 11-year-old son Kile Glover died last year on Lake Lanier while in her care. At the end of the day, neither parent wanted either child to be endangered. Kids and open water are sometimes a terrible mix. Sadly, accidents happen.


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