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Christina Aguilera Attempts to Disqualify Divorce Judge

October 26, 2010 (5:00 am) GMT
A lawyer for the singer has filed legal documents disqualifying Elia Weinbach who was assigned to the case.
Christina Aguilera

's divorce has got off to a rocky start - her lawyer has filed a motion to disqualify the assigned judge from hearing the case. The singer announced her separation from Jordan Bratman earlier this month and subsequently filed divorce papers in a bid to officially end the nearly five-year union.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Elia Weinbach was assigned to the case. However, Aguilera's lawyer Laura Wasser has filed legal documents disqualifying Weinbach from hearing the proceedings, reports TMZ.com.

Further details regarding the motion had not been released as WENN went to press.

The singer, who shares a two year old son with Bratman, has refused to comment on the reasons behind the split.

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