Jennifer Hudson Dodged Court Testimony On Abuse Allegations (UPDATE)
David OtungaJennifer Artfully Dodged TestifyingOn Abuse Allegations
11/29/2017 7:37 AM PT
7:56 AM PT -- A source close to Jennifer says the singer would have no issue testifying in court because she has witnesses to back up her account of the altercation that went down the night before she filed the order of protection.
Further, the source says Jennifer would never make up something like this, and put her child through such an ordeal.
Jennifer Hudson dropped the protective order against David Otunga so she could avoid a courtroom grilling about the abuse allegations he's always denied ... at least that's how people connected to him see it.
Sources close to Otunga believe Jennifer was NOT being generous, or looking out for their son, when she dropped the order. If she didn't, she would have to show up in court and testify, under oath, to what she wrote in docs -- that she was in fear for her "physical and emotional safety and that of my son."
Our Otunga sources insist he did not behave threateningly toward David Jr. or Jennifer. They say she knows that, and that's why she dodged saying it on the stand.