Rep. Mark Sanford's ex-wife is back in court, reportedly demanding the congressman take anger management classes and undergo psych evaluations.
WCSC-TV, the CBS affiliate in Charleston, reported the details of Jenny Sanford's complaint by citing a court document she filed with Charleston County Family Court.
The couple went through a highly publicized and acrimonious divorce in 2010, after Sanford — then South Carolina's governor — disclosed he was having an extramarital affair. Sanford, who won his old job back in Congress last year, is now engaged to Maria Belen Chapur.
More from the WCSC-TV report:
In the complaint, Jenny Sanford also says there has been a substantial change of circumstances that a visitation schedule should be put in place that limits Mark Sanford's visitation with their youngest son, who is now 16.
Jenny Sanford has gone to court before to contest elements of their divorce decree, including during Mark Sanford's 2013 comeback campaign when she charged the Republican with trespassing at her South Carolina home. They reached a settlement on that complaint last May, shortly after the congressman won a special House election.
The TV station reports a hearing is scheduled for Sept. 15. We have requested comment from Mark Sanford.