The real reason may be due to the twins’ mother, Daisha. When she and Walker, Jr., divorced in 2000, they embarked on a ten-year war for custody, visitation, and everything else having to do with the twins. Walker, Jr. won custody of the children and appeared to do everything in his power to prevent Daisha from visiting with them. Their epic court battles reached the Wyoming Supreme Court twice. The court process revealed how the twins needed extensive therapy and there were significant concerns with Daisha’s judgment and commitment to a relationship her children.
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