Sophie Turner demands that Joe Jonas hand over the children in court

Sophie Turner demands that Joe Jonas hand over the children in court

After the divorce was announced, stars Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are fighting over their children. The actress wants to take her to England and is now trying to enforce this in court.

A few weeks after the announcement of her divorce, the British actress Sophie Turner (27, “Game of Thrones”) called on the US singer Joe Jonas (34, “Sucker”) to return their two children. The daughters born in 2020 and 2022 are being unlawfully detained in New York, according to the court document that was available to the German Press Agency. “The father is in possession of the children’s passports,” it says. “He refuses to return the mother’s passports and he refuses to send the children home to England with the mother.”

A spokesman for the father announced on Thursday that, after several conversations and with Turner’s knowledge, Jonas had initiated the divorce proceedings in the US state of Florida and that the court there had already ordered more than two weeks ago that the parents were not allowed to move with their children.

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have been married since 2019

It was also said that Joe and Sophie had a “friendly meeting” in New York on Sunday and, according to the singer’s description, agreed to proceed amicably as parents. This is now an “unfortunate legal disagreement” over an ending marriage. Jonas strives for his children to be raised together by mother and father in the USA and England. The children were born in the United States and mostly lived there, according to the statement, which was available to the German Press Agency.

Turner and Jonas announced their divorce plans about two weeks ago and described it as a “mutual decision.” In the court document, however, Turner writes that she found out “from the media” that Jonas had filed for divorce.

Jonas and Turner got engaged in 2017 and then tied the knot twice in 2019 – in May in Las Vegas and in July in France.

Source: Stern

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