When Louis Tomlinson passed on his DNA to a teeny tiny mini-me human known as Freddie Tomlinson, it was inevitable that this baby was gonna leave a li'l trail of drama wherever he toddled, despite not even being old enough to chew his food yet. Poor lil Fredster.
According to the latest rumours, the tension between Louis and babymama Briana Jungwirth is yet to calm down even after nearly six months, and now the tabloids claiming that Freddie's parents are heading for court with their custody battle.
It was reported back in February that Louis and Bri Bri had reached a 'temporary settlement' with their parenting arrangement, but according to Now magazine, tensions have become so frayed recently that they'll soon be heading to court to fight for permanent custody of Freddie.
"Court is the only way it's headed between these two," a family friend apparently told Now.
"If Louis had his way, he'd be taking Freddie with him at least half the time, not just around America but on trips back to the UK. He adores that kid and finds it difficult balancing his schedule around all these supervisions.
The secret source added: "Louis would have to go through the official channels to get any kind of additional visitation rights, and Briana is extremely well protected under California law."
Speaking about the awkward feud between the Tomlinson and the Jungwirths, the insider said: "Briana and her family have no time for Louis these days. Bowing down to him is the least of their priorities.
"Nobody is denying that Louis has a right to see his son. Briana's family is keen for him to play an active part in Freddie's upbringing and they think Louis is a great dad. But he's rubbed them up the wrong way."
Uh ohhh, sounds messy.