Sophie Turner has taken the allegations “wrongful retention” against his husband Joe Jonas as they were fighting for the custody of their two daughters; Delphine, 18 months, and Willa, 3.
As per the court documents obtained exclusively by PEOPLE magazine, a US judge approved the dismissal filling as the couple has signed the agreement that their children will spend equal time in the US and UK. The UK judge has already approved this file last week.
Last September, Sophie Turner alleged Jonas for wrongful retention.
She sued that her husband Jonas, 34, was withholding their daughters’ passports and not allowing them to return to England to their mother.
The complaint against the musician demanded for “the immediate return of children wrongfully removed or wrongfully retained,” with Turner’s legal team alleging the “wrongful retention” began on Sept. 20.
After their UK parenting arrangement was granted on January 11, Jonas and Turner decided to withdraw “with prejudice, and without attorneys’ fees, expenses, costs and/or disbursements awarded to either party” on Wednesday.
The day after Turner filed in September, Jonas issued a statement refuting her allegations, which was made before the dismissal. The singer stated at the time that he thought the couple had decided to cooperate on a co-parenting strategy.
Based on paperwork filed in New York and seen by PEOPLE, the two came to a provisional settlement on September 25, 2023, to remain in New York City with their two girls.
Turner and Jonas were given permission to keep their children in the Eastern and Southern districts of New York under the terms of the temporary agreement order.
On October 10, 2023, the ex-couple came to a temporary custody arrangement for their two daughters following the interim consent decree.
After that, the two issued a statement. “After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally with us in the UK and US” and in conclusion they said, “We look forward to being great co-parents.”