It's been a few months since we've heard anything from Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas regarding their divorce.
Now this week, new details of their custody arrangements have emerged as per court records obtained by TMZ. Turner has dropped her child abduction claims against Jonas, asking a judge overseeing the former couple's divorce to dismiss the claim.
Back in September, Turner filed a lawsuit in New York City against Jonas for the "wrongful retention" of their two kids. The duo have two daughters together - Willa, three, and Delphine, one.
Her lawsuit was just weeks after Jonas filed for divorce, following four years of marriage.
Turner said they agreed during Christmas 2022 that they would make the UK their "forever home" and would begin looking for schools for their oldest daughter, Willa. Turner then claimed that following their split, Jonas withheld their daughters' passports so they couldn't leave the US.
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"Based on the Father's express statements that he will not return the children to England and will not return the children's passports to the Mother, on September 20, 2023, the Mother has submitted her Hague Convention Application for Return to the Central Authority for England & Wales seeking the return of the children to England," the lawsuit read.