January 18, 2024


Sophie Turner extends olive branch to estranged husband Joe Jonas

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner were in a contentious custody battle over their two girls since the divorce filing in September 2023

By Javeria Shahid January 18, 2024
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas has made positive progress amid contentious custoday battle
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas has made positive progress amid contentious custoday battle

Sophie Turner seemingly took a plunge to settle his rift with estranged husband Joe Jonas by dropping the child abduction claim against him.

This new update comes three months after the Game of Thrones alum and the Jonas Brother vocalist reached an amicable custody agreement after filing for divorce. 

According to TMZ, the respective attorneys of the parents of the two asked the Judge in their federal case in New York for the dismissal of Turner’s past filing.

In the filing, which has been asked to abandon, the Dark Pheonix actress claimed that the Sucker singer 'abducted' their two daughters, three-year-old Willa and one-year-old Delphine, amid their ongoing divorce.

As per court documents obtained and reviewed by Page Six in September, the Do Revenge actress filed a lawsuit in against her ex, requesting "the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained."

She went on to claim that the kid’s father began "wrongful retention" of the two by holding their daughter’s passport so they couldn’t leave the US and fly to her to the UK.

However, such allegations have categorically been denied straight away by the spokesperson of Jonas, 34, via a statement.

"Less than 24 hours later, Sophie advised that she wanted to take the children permanently to the UK. Thereafter, she demanded via this filing that Joe hand over the children’s passports so that she could take them out of the country immediately," the rep told the outlet.

They added, "This is an unfortunate legal disagreement about a marriage that is sadly ending. When language like 'abduction' is used, it is misleading at best, and a serious abuse of the legal system at worst."