Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas confirmed their split in a joint statement on September 6. Despite saying they are splitting amicably, the British actress is suing her ex-husband for “wrongful custody of their daughters in the US”. This is to try to get their two daughters, Willa (3) and DJ (1), back to her native England.
Jonas immediately defended himself through his lawyer. According to him, two weeks after filing for divorce, Sophie and Joe had another conversation about how to create an ‘amicable co-parenting relationship’. Within 24 hours, Sophie announced that she wanted to take the children to England permanently. “He then requested through this file that the children’s passports be turned over to Joe so that they could be taken out of the country immediately,” said Joe Jonas’ lawyer. “When language like “kidnapping” is used it is misleading and a gross miscarriage of justice. The children were not kidnapped.”
Meanwhile, the ex-lovers have reached a temporary custody agreement. Daughters are currently not allowed to leave New York City, the Hudson Valley or Long Island. The ‘Daily Mail’ writes this based on leaked court documents.
The spark between Joe and Sophie already flew in 2016. In 2019, they tied the knot in Las Vegas. They later welcomed their first daughter, Willa. Two years later their second daughter was born.
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