Nicolas Cage and Christina Fulton have been trading verbal blows ever since their son, Weston Cage, was released from a Los Angeles hospital this past weekend.
Weston, 20, reportedly "freaked out" after an argument with his personal trainer at a Beverly Hills restaurant last week. After the incident, Weston was taken to a Los Angeles hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
According to a report from CNN, Fulton tried to convince doctors to move Weston to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for an additional two weeks. "I do not want him with Nicolas Cage," Fulton told CNN. "I do not want him in that care. That is not the care my son needs."
Nicolas Cage doesn't think that Fulton should be taking control of Weston's life, however. He told TMZ (via femalefirst.co.uk): "I hope Ms. Fulton will come to her senses one day and get some help... Weston is a man. I have complete faith he will weather this well."
After hearing Fulton's plans to take her son's care into her own hands, Weston issued a statement by way of his father's lawyer: "I am an adult," he said. "I don't want to have anything to do with my mother. Any problems that I have ever had is because of the relationship that I had with my mother."
After hearing of the statement, Fulton once again put the blame on Nicolas, saying: "My son is under a spell, he's under a trance. Weston would say whatever his dad wants him to say."
Nicolas Cage and Christina Fulton recently reached a settlement over the $13 million home he bought for Christina and Weston.