Michael Strahan's twin daughters share pictures of their rarely-seen mom Jean Muggli in celebration of Mother's Day.
While Michael Strahan and his wife Jean Muggli do not get along, they've both managed to maintain good relationships with their twin daughters. Right on time for Mother's Day, Isabella and Sophia shared multiple pictures on Instagram to pay tribute to their mom.
Of the four pictures they shared, three of them were from when the Strahan twins were toddlers. Meanwhile, Isabella shared a recent picture of their beautiful mom smiling beside their dog as well.
FIGHTING FOR PRIMARY CUSTODY
Up until today, Michael Strahan and Jean Muggli are in a custody battle for their children, as they both want primary custody of the girls. According to the TV host, his ex-wife has been neglecting a court-mandated order, which is particularly to take their daughters to therapy sessions.
When their divorce was finalized, Muggli was given $15.3 million and an $18,000 child support settlement per month.
On top of this, Strahan, 48, alleges that Muggli has been the cause for girls to miss volleyball matches and equestrian events. He also claims she has verbally and physically abused their daughters for years now, which is a claim that he hopes will win him primary custody.
END OF THEIR MARRIAGE
After getting married in 1999 a couple of months after meeting, they welcomed Sophia and Isabella in 2004. However, Strahan filed for divorce a year later after Muggli filed a domestic violence complaint against him.
The former NFL star denied these accusations, and after a while, even Muggli denied in court that her husband had touched her at the time. Ultimately, this fight still caused them to push through with the divorce.
PUTTING THE KIDS FIRST
When their divorce was finalized, Muggli was given $15.3 million and an $18,000 child support settlement per month. Ultimately, these payments were reduced despite Muggli asking for more in recent years.
Despite everything that has happened, both Isabella and Sophia remain close to their parents. In the end, Strahan only wants what's best for them and that's something people can vouch for.