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Christina El Moussa visits the HGTV Santa HQ at Lakewood Center, California, Dec. 13, 2014. Getty Images/Jerod Harris


  • Christina Hall will no longer share any snaps of Hudson on any social platform because she's exhausted by Ant Anstead's allegations
  • Anstead accused her of exploiting their child, and she called it manipulation tactics to turn people against her
  • Hall said she would wait until Hudson would be old enough to make his decision to appear on her shows and posts or not

Christina Hall (née Haack) shared a lengthy post on social media airing her exhaustion over her ex-husband Ant Anstead's antics amid their custody battle over their 2-year-old son, Hudson.

Hall shared a selfie on Instagram Sunday, and she accompanied it with a lengthy caption detailing her decision not to share any photos of Hudson anymore.

"I am mentally exhausted over the recent false accusations against me. Hudson's father has made attempts to turn my family, friends and fans against me through manipulation tactics and false information," she wrote.

"This has had [a] great impact on me and my household," she added. "Because of this, I have made the decision to no longer feature Hudson on Instagram, my tv shows or any social platforms until he is old enough to make this decision for himself."

The celebrity mom clarified that it has always been fine with her not having Hudson appear on any of her public platforms. According to her, the only reason she featured him on her shows was for her toddler to "participate in the fun activities/outings with our family/siblings."

"Hudson's father has made it clear via his public court filings he is using Instagram to rate the kind of parent I am, since that is the only access he has to my personal life," Hall continued, adding that it has been the case since July 2020. "This is unnecessary pressure for a platform that is supposed to be used to share moments chosen, rather than a judgment tool...especially since this is a very small fraction of my personal life as the rest is kept between me and my family."

According to the "Flip or Flop" alum, her collection of photos on her phone and at home [is] filled with memories of her children, so it would be fine even if she would not post any snaps of Hudson on any public forum. She concluded her post by thanking those who "see beyond the nonsense being thrown at me" and reminding everyone that "I am and will ALWAYS remain a protective mother."

Last week, Hall also clapped back at Anstead for accusing her of exploiting their son in his court filing amid their custody battle. According to the "Celebrity IOU: Joyride" star, she was using their son as a "promotional tool."

Hall denied exploiting their son, noting that Hudson only appeared on a few of her Instagram posts, and each took less than five minutes to film. She added that she had all the footage, and they were all fun activities. She alleged that Anstead was accusing her of exploiting their child because "he is only interested in smearing me publicly."

Christina El Moussa
"Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa, pictured December 13, 2014. Getty Images