A judge is agreeing with Tyrese, administering there are limits with regards to his ex requesting he take care of childcare costs ... particularly if her exercises aren't business related. As per docs, gotten by TMZ, the judge ruled Norma Gibson can't anticipate that Tyrese will repay her for sitters to watch their 11-year-old little girl, Shayla ... in the event that Norma's running "non-work errands" or running her family unit.
As we originally revealed, Tyrese was pissed about childcare charges Norma was running up - particularly one specific day in August - when she conceded she was only "living." He was likewise vexed that, in his view, she wasn't attempting to land a relentless position.
In the docs, the judge spreads out what qualifies as work exercises for Norma - including building up her life instructing business, dealing with her book or seeking after her specialty. The court says on the off chance that she requires childcare while doing any of those things ... she can put that on Tyrese's tab.
Tyrese had requested a nitty gritty, even organized, bookkeeping of how Norma invests her energy. The judge essentially said that is not a terrible thought - suggesting, but rather not requesting, Norma to "keep up a journal of time spent on work.