Comedian Chris Rock may be riding high off of the success of his latest movie, “Top Five,” but is clearly going through some personal drama within his own home, as it was announced earlier this week that he and his wife of almost twenty years, Malaak Compton-Rock, are headed towards divorce.

In court documents obtained by E! News, Rock claims Malaak has been keeping him from their two daughters, stating “Notwithstanding that the parties have been separated, [Compton-Rock] has repeatedly refused to permit [Rock] normal and usual access to the children, and has acted in a manner detrimental to the children’s best interests. [Rock]’s conduct as aforesaid will be further disclosed by continuing discovery and is directly contrary to the best interests of the children.”

Rock’s soon-to-be ex-wife has fired back, however, claiming she never kept him from seeing their children in a new statement released by her lawyer to People Magazine.

“Malaak is saddened and disappointed that Chris has accused her of keeping their children from him, which he knows is untrue and can be so easily disproved,” her attorney David Aronson said. “We all know Chris leads a very busy public life while Malaak and their children definitely do not. She hopes the privacy of their children is still as important to Chris as it is to her and that it will be respected. They will always be the main focus of her life.”