Southern Charm’s Thomas Ravenel throws party for son Saint’s 6th birthday without Kathryn Dennis after her custody loss

SOUTHERN Charm alum Thomas Ravenel threw a massive birthday bash to celebrate son Saint turning six, which mom Kathryn Dennis was notably absent from, instead enjoying 'game night' with friends.

The former Bravo star shared several photos from the party, which showed friends and family celebrating his eldest son.


In one photo, Saint was pictured sipping a juice box while gathered with other children and his father around a cake.

Thomas, 59, captioned the post: "Happy Birthday Saint!"

He shared a video showing Saint and his guests enjoying an inflatable slide and a photo of himself with daughter Kensie sitting on his lap.

Kathryn, 30, has not yet posted about her son, whose birthday is actually later this month.

She shared several videos from a "game night" with friends, which appeared to include an escape room-style activity among other games.

Kathryn and Thomas have a contentious history. Thomas has another son with a woman named Heather Mascoe.

REUNITED

Kathryn reunited with her kids at the end of October after losing her custody battle with Thomas.

She shared a series of Instagram photos from their reunion, which showed her cuddling up the her kids on a sunny day.

Kensie could be seen resting her head on her mother who crouched down to Saint's level.

Both he and his sister were smiling wide in the photographs.

Kathryn captioned the photos: "Hoping everyone has a fun and safe Halloween weekend."

FAMILY FEUD

The Southern Charm star spent months locked in a custody battle with her ex-husband, Thomas.

She lost her right when Thomas accused her of using drugs and neglecting her kids. Kathryn denied those allegations.

She broke down in tears recently, admitting that she was "missing her babies."

Kathryn shared a picture of herself crying, ending her message by saying: "But some days it be like that…"

She has been open with fans about her nasty battle with Thomas. She shared on Instagram: "There will be a lot more difficult times than good times when you are without your kids."

MOM RAGE

Kathryn slammed the "family court system" in August, calling it "exhausting." Her comments came after she lost her battle.

She revealed: "It is exhausting to constantly defend yourself from someone who is trying to change reality – it can even make you question what you know happened, or what is true.

"It can be exhausting to live two lives: One for your children and for the world (everything is fine), and the other where you are beaten down by the family court system.

"We see you and we stand with you. You are not alone."

As The Sun previously reported, Kathryn was temporarily stripped of custody of her two children.

A source told The Sun: "She has supervised visitation during the day Saturday and Sunday every other weekend."

STRUGGLES

According to the same insider, Thomas intended to move to Aiken, South Carolina with his children over the summer. He revealed his plan to the judge when filing for full custody.

The Sun confirmed that a temporary order was filed by the court in February.

Kathryn filed a motion of her own to seal the custody battle in December. It was approved, as confirmed by a South Carolina courthouse clerk.

As a result, the reasoning for the custody loss has not been made public.

South Carolina court records obtained by The Sun show that Thomas claimed a mutual friend shared with him about a recent trip he took to North Carolina with Kathryn, boyfriend Chleb, Kensie, Saint, and others.

Thomas claimed the friend claimed: "He informed me that he witnessed a lot of cocaine use during this trip and that Kathryn had left cocaine within grasp of the children, which he through was dangerous."

Kathryn claimed in her response: "I do not use cocaine so naturally I have not left any out for our children to access."

She agrees to submit to a drug test under the condition that Thomas "pays for it and takes one as well."

Kathryn lost custody in 2016 and promptly checked into rehab after testing positive for marijuana.

In 2018, she filed for primary custody of the children after Thomas was arrested and charged with assault and battery in the second degree. Thomas pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and battery charges after the couple's former nanny, Dawn, accused him of sexual assault.

He received a 30-day suspended sentence and was ordered to pay $500 in fines.



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