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Busta Rhymes' child custody case may go on

NEW YORK, June 26 (UPI) -- Busta Rhymes and ex-girlfriend Joanne Wood's four-year child custody battle may not be over after all -- an appeal is possible.

Rhymes won custody of the couple's children in December when Judge Burton Joseph decided he was a more fit parent, but Wood and her lawyer think she has been the victim of prejudice, the New York Post reported Monday.

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The court decision notes that on one occasion, one of the kids walked in on Wood and her female lover having sex in the bedroom, but she and her lawyer point out, "Where else should they have sex?"

Another section points out that she and her lover may one day get married.

"It seems that this judge was dwelling on the fact that it was a woman with a woman, and that's what came out of this, and it seems to be very unique," said her lawyer, Rick Savitt.

Wood says she is now saving up money to appeal the custody case and get her children back, the newspaper said.

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