In a recent response, Joe Jonas addressed Sophie Turner’s lawsuit in which she claimed that he was preventing the travel of their two children to England.
In a news story, a fresh revelation concerning Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ impending divorce was disclosed. A fight between the two occurred on August 15, Joe Jonas’ 34th birthday, and as a result, 15 days later, Joe Jonas filed for divorce, according to a BuzzFeed article. On September 5, four days after the divorce was filed, Sophie allegedly found out about it.
According to a BuzzFeed article, the court papers stated that the marriage collapse between the couples occurred quickly. On August 15, 2023, a disagreement arose between the parties. The father filed for divorce from the mother in Florida on or around September 1, 2023. The mother learned through the media that the father had requested a divorce on or about September 5, 2023.
Joe Jonas received birthday wishes from Sophie Turner
Sophie had wished Joe on her Instagram Story prior to the argument. Sophie had posted a sweet photo of the two of them posing in pyjamas and wished Joe Jonas a happy birthday. She had posted a couple more joyful images from the event.
Following the announcement of their divorce, reports of the couple selling their Miami home grabbed headlines, but the article states that they had really begun the selling process in April.
Joe’s reaction to Sophie’s lawsuit
In a recent lawsuit, Sophie claimed that Joe Jonas was preventing their children, Willa, 3, and their 14-month-old daughter, from going back to England. Joe has responded to the case in writing.
As Florida is the proper jurisdiction for the lawsuit, the statement obtained by People stated: “After numerous conversations with Sophie, Joe initiated divorce proceedings in Florida. Joe’s intention to divorce was known to Sophie”. A Florida court has previously issued a ruling preventing both parents from moving the kids. This order was delivered to Sophie on September 6, 2023, which was more than two weeks ago.
The musician is allegedly “seeking shared parenting with the kids so that they are raised by both their mother and father and is, of course, okay with the kids being raised both in the US and the UK,” but the statement also claims that the kids “have spent the vast majority of their lives in the US.”
“This is a terrible legal dispute involving a marriage that is sadly coming to an end. When terms like “abduction” are employed, it is at best deceptive and at worst a grave abuse of the judicial system. The statement claimed that the kids had not been kidnapped.