Sophie Turner vs Joe Jonas: Turner's fight for daughters goes global
In a dramatic turn amidst the Jonas-Turner divorce saga, the Game of Thrones actress has taken legal action, seeking immediate custody of her two children. With passports, international borders, and touring schedules tangled in the mix, this battle is quickly becoming Hollywood's hottest controversy.
Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas
It was meant to be a dreamy transatlantic move. Sophie Turner's filings detail that the couple had excitedly decided over Christmas 2022 to make England their permanent home. This decision was realized in April 2023. While divorce might have seemed mutual on the surface, new revelations paint a different picture.
A birthday blow-up and media discoveries
Joe Jonas's birthday on August 15, 2023, appears to be a critical date. According to Turner's filings, it was on this day that the couple's relationship took a drastic turn. And while Jonas initiated the divorce in early September, Turner shockingly claims to have learned about it through the media.
Tour troubles and passport politics
While Joe Jonas crisscrossed America with the Jonas Brothers, Sohpie Turner was filming in England. She alleges that, hesitantly, she allowed their daughters to accompany their father on tour—a temporary setup. Now, Turner's documents claim that the Lovebug singer has retained their passports, refusing to send them back to their mother in England. In a bold move, the actress plans to extend her legal pursuit, filing a suit in the UK.
Responding to these allegations, Jonas's team has swiftly come forward, refuting parts of Turner's narrative. They depict the situation as "an unfortunate legal disagreement about a marriage that is sadly ending,” Turner said in a statement to Vanity Fair.
As this gripping Hollywood tale unfolds, fans worldwide are glued to every development. While custody battles are not uncommon, the Jonas-Turner duel, with its mix of celebrities, international implications, and explosive revelations, promises to keep tinseltown, and the world, talking.