Mel B's former nanny has insisted she testified that she was neglecting her children because of a drink, drugs and sex addiction to help Spice Girl.
Rusty Updegraff claimed that his drinking was out of control, that he was "unable" to take care of Madison and his 11-year-old sister Angel, and his fierce appetite for sex made his bed a random lot of men.
The 59-year-old man has now claimed that he did not make the accusations of "fame", but because of genuine concern for the 44-year-old singer and his children.
Hmm: Mel B's former nanny has insisted that she gave her explosive testimony alleging that she was neglecting her children due to a drink, drugs and sexual addiction to help the Spice Girl.
"Mel drank so much in the house and fainted that, if there was an emergency, I would be afraid to think what would happen," he told The Mirror.
"I'm not doing this for fame, and I did not have to do this, but I love those kids and I want the best for them."
MailOnline contacted Mel's representatives to make comments.
Rusty called Mel the "bad mother number one in the world" in her testimony in court.
He spoke to DailyMail.com after a condemnatory statement he signed was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court accusing Mel of consuming cocaine, drinking heavily and seriously neglecting her children Angel 11, and Madison, seven.
Affirmations: Rusty Updegraff (pictured) claimed that his drink was out of control, that he was "unable" to care for Madison and his sister Angel, 11, and his fierce appetite for sex made his bed a lot of random men
The presentation also states that Mel's fierce appetite for sex means that there is a procession of strangers in the family home.
He says he has slept with dozens of men since he divorced Belafonte, including his children's piano teacher, a driver, a hairdresser, a "surfer boy" and a boy he picked up at SoHo House, whom the children called "smelly feet".
Following her claims, Mel was ordered to submit four months of drug and alcohol testing after a judge demanded a "large-scale custody" assessment in her current dispute with her former husband Stephen Belafonte for his daughter Madison. , of seven years.
His mother, Andrea Brown, has since criticized the claims. She admitted that while Mel has a "wild streak" and sometimes has "a lot to drink", she would never drink while taking care of her children.
Right: the 59-year-old man has now claimed that he did not make the accusations of "fame", but out of genuine concern for the singer, 44, and her children
Defiant: After being ordered to undergo four months of drug and alcohol testing in a custody battle with former Stephen Belafonte, a spokesman for Mel B told UsWeekly on Thursday that he is willing to do whatever is necessary to prove to the court that she is a stable person & # 39;
"I can not stay behind and let this man try to ruin my daughter and traumatize my grandchildren," Andrea told The Sun.
She added: "She has always had a wild streak, but she is a good mother and those children mean everything to her.
"I know that sometimes he has drunk too much, but I also know the trauma he has experienced when marrying Stephen." He has PTSD and it is said that sometimes he drinks to numb his pain, but never when he takes care of the children ".
Andrea added that the accusations were a case of Rusty trying to blacken Melanie's name.
Dismissed: occurs after the mother of Mel B criticized that the former Spice Girl is addicted to drugs, alcohol and sex
Not having it: Andrea admitted that while the 43-year-old woman has a "wild streak" and sometimes has "a lot to drink", she would never drink while taking care of her children.
A spokeswoman for the former Spice Girl is expressing her determination to prove that she is a suitable mother for her children.
"Melanie is willing to do whatever it takes to provide evidence to the court that she is a stable person," Gary Madatyan told UsWeekly on Thursday.
"She was ordered to take one test a week, but Melanie wanted to do more and she offered to do it twice a week." Melanie will undergo drug tests twice a week.
Mel, 43, and Belafonte, also 43, must share the costs of drug screenings, the court ordered, and they must also hire a new nanny who must be present whenever Mel is with Madison.
The judge ordered the tests as part of the evaluation of whether Mel can continue to share Madison's custody with his ex.
The judge also ordered that while they have custody of Madison, "neither parent will consume drugs or alcohol during the custody time or eight hours before the custody time."
Drama: The former Spice Girl, on the left, and her ex-husband, on the right, were in court in LA on Tuesday where a judge ordered the tests as part of an assessment of whether Mel can continue to share custody of his daughter Madison, seven years old, with Belafonte
Mel B is currently seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. The native of the United States was diagnosed with PTSD after his divorce, as well as the death of his father, Martin.
Belafonte and Brown, who separated in March of last year, divorced in December after a long battle in which the horrifying stories of twisted sex, drug and alcohol abuse and domestic violence allegations caught their attention.
Although their divorce was finalized nine months ago, the battle for custody and children's finances dragged on this summer.
Brown estimated that he spent more than $ 1 million in legal fees and owes another $ 800,000 to lawyers and accountants.
Staying strong: Mel B is currently seeking treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. The native of the United States was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after his divorce, as well as the death of his father, Martin