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Nicolas Cage’s son accused of beating his mom Christina Fulton

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Nicolas Cage’s son, Weston Cage, has been accused of beating his mother, Christina Fulton, according to TMZ.FilmMagic

Nicolas Cage’s son, Weston Cage, has been accused of punching his mother, Christina Fulton, while she had a black eye and several bruises on her face.

On Sunday, sources told TMZ that Weston had been named as a suspect in a battery report involving the matriarch regarding an incident at Fulton’s Los Angeles home on April 28.

The alleged fight between the mother-son duo started as a verbal fight before quickly turning physical, a source told the outlet.

Insiders told the outlet on Sunday that Weston was a suspect in an April 28 battery report involving his mother at her Los Angeles home. WireImage
The two men reportedly got into a verbal argument before it became physical. officialchristinafulton/Instagram

First aid was called to the actress’ home but she was not taken to hospital.

According to the media outlet, law enforcement is determining whether the case will be considered a criminal battery.

However, no arrests were made because Weston, 33, was missing by the time cops arrived.

Emergency services were called to the scene but no one was taken to hospital. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images
Weston also fled the scene before cops arrived. Getty Images

Sources close to Fulton, 56, say she was asked to help her son through an “emotional moment” and invited him to console him, TMZ reported.

However, the outlet has learned that Fulton has denied the fighting allegations and requested confidentiality.

On Sunday, Fulton was photographed at a parking meter with bruises all over her face, photos obtained by the outlet showed.

The incident is currently being investigated as a criminal battery. Westoncagecoppola/Instagram
Sources told TMZ that Fulton initially met with his son to console him on a troubling issue. officialchristinafulton/Instagram

Although the bruise under his eye was very visible, there appeared to be yellow marks on his cheeks and forehead that were fading.

Representatives for Fulton and Nicolas were not immediately available for comment.

Fulton and Weston recently worked together to sue his ex-wife, Hila Arounian, for allegedly embezzling $100,000 and filing a “fraudulent restraining order” to prevent Fulton and Nicolas from seeing Weston’s twin daughters.

On Sunday, she was seen with several bruises on her face, including a black eye. FilmMagic
TMZ has learned that Fulton has denied a fight took place with his son. officialchristinafulton/Instagram

While they filed separate motions, Fulton’s lawsuit filed in November 2023 alleged that Arounian, who married Weston in 2018, was “emotionally abusive” and manipulative toward Weston to the point of distancing himself from his family.

Weston alleged in his lawsuit that Arounian “took advantage” of him while he was recovering from “mental health issues.” Arounian declined to comment at the time.

The former couple share daughters Cyress and Venice. He is also the father of Lucian and Sorin from previous relationships.




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