“I want him out of my house. He is mentally and physically abusive to me and is not going to change, I no longer want to be responsible for him.”
Cottrell denied hitting his mother, according to The Daily Record.
However, Judge Corey Spittler, who originally set the bond for Cottrell in October, said he believed Robinson was "tired of putting up with you."
"Whether you put your hands on her or not ... part of the issue is you told her you were going to get a job, and you didn't get a job," Spittler said in court, according to The Daily Record. "It's been eight months. And I don't think she likes, probably, your attitude around the house.
“And she doesn’t want to be responsible for you showing up (to court),” Spitler added. “You can’t get a job, you can’t do the things she’s asked you to do, so she doesn’t want to be responsible for your appearance in court.”
Cottrell's case will now move to a pretrial hearing, according to The Daily Record.