Hudson initially filed the restraining order after claiming that Otunga, 37, had been aggressive and threatening toward her in front of their child, which People confirmed with a statement from Hudson's representative. At the same time, Jennifer's rep shared with us that she had filed for a protective order against her ex - all for the sake of her and their eight-year-old son, David Otunga Jr.
Interestingly enough, TMZ also confirms that Hudson voluntarily dropped the restraining order against Mr Otunga. When she went to London to film The Voice a year ago, she brought both her son and Otunga, and paid Otunga's mother to tutor David Jr.
The temporary primary custody granted to Otunga is only taking effect for two weeks, specifically from November 26 through December 8, Daily Mail has learned.
Hudson is now splitting her time flying behind-and-forth between London, where she serves as a coach on The Voice UK, and Los Angeles, where she's participating in The Voice's thirteenth season alongside fellow coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Miley Cyrus.
It appears part of the custody decision has to do with Hudson's busy work schedule.
In the wake of the agreement, Hudson has also chose to drop her protective order from Otunga.
The retired wrestler has vehemently denied Hudson's allegations.
At the peak of their relationship, Hudson said that Otunga "saved" her life.
Despite the order of protection being lifted, Otunga is reportedly not moving back into the home, which is owned by Hudson.
As for who's been the child's primary caregiver, Jennifer's sources say she's always made mothering her top priority, even while working to support the family.
The couple welcomed son in 2009 but never married.