Victoria's Secret model Stephanie Seymour and her billionaire husband, publishing mogul and art
lover, Peter Brant are in the midst of an increasingly acrimonious divorce. The NY Post has all the dishy details
of their recent custody hearing in Stamford, Connecticut. The pair are battling over custody of their three children
. Brant has accused Seymour of being an unfit mother and Seymour was ordered to appear before the judge after missing a mandatory drug test in March, opting instead for a vacation
in St. Barth with two of her children. Brant and Seymour had each agreed to submit to tests per the terms of their split.
Seymour says Brant has used a nanny in Seymour's Greenwich home
to spy on her after the couple separated. The nanny quit working for Seymour last year only to pop up in Brant's employ later. A hearing on Seymour's alleged drinking and drug use is scheduled for August 6.
Seymour has been a model since she was 16, appearing in Sports
Illustrated and in Guns N' Roses videos
as well as being a Victoria's Secret angel and a muse for artists and working at Brant's Interview
magazine. Brant's life recently became art in an installation,
"Abstract Slavery" by Swiss artist Urs Fischer at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center. The piece includes a library and sitting room based on Brant's mansion and a a wax statue of Brant, lit like a candle, melts away in each room.