Aryn Drake and Jesse Williams Lee have been into highlights since the court-ordered divorce. Jesse, though, has endured the custody dispute for a considerable amount of time; it now appears that a resolution has been reached. Jesse Williams wins custody case and receives visitation permits for children in NYC.
In his custody dispute with his ex-wife Aryn Drake-Lee, Jesse Williams was awarded a victory. The ex-spouses went to court on September 30, and according to People, the Grey’s Anatomy star was given a number of visitation days with his children Maceo, and Sadie.
Now that Jesse is temporarily relocating to New York City for his role in the Broadway production Take Me Out, his kids can visit him there during the fall. Aryn was arguing against the visitation because she and the kids reside in Los Angeles.
According to reports, the court also mandated that Jesse and Aryn attend ten sessions of co-parenting therapy. The exes are “restrained from making derogatory remarks about the other party, either directly or indirectly to the minor children, nor allow any third party to do so.
The judge also prohibited Jesse and Aryn from discussing the custody dispute in front of their kids and from making “derogatory remarks” about one another on social media. In response to the visitation decision, Aryn uploaded a post on social media.
“It turns out the court does think it’s good for children to regularly fly on overnight flights to accommodate a parent who won’t do the same for them. Who knew? I knew.”
The realtor added that despite her custody dispute with Jesse, she is “holding her head up” and maintaining her integrity. In September, Jesse had asked to have a previous custody arrangement concerning his time with his kids changed.
According to TMZ, the actor claimed that his ex did not follow through on their previous court-ordered custody agreement for his new run of Broadway plays beginning in the spring of 2022.
“The play is set to start in October 2022 and run through at least January 2023. I am returning to New York in early October to start rehearsals. I asked Aryn to honor the Court’s prior order so I can continue to spend quality time with our children while I am in New York. Aryn refused.”
After getting married to Aryn in 2012, Jesse promptly filed for divorce. In Oct. 2020, their divorce was legally finalized. After a traumatic divorce, the custody dispute arose. Hopefully, there won’t be any further arguments. What do you think of it? Keep checking Thirsty for more updates.
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