‘Thrones’ star’s lat­est bat­tle: cus­tody fight

Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - — E! News

“Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey and ex-hus­band Peter Loughran are en­ter­ing a cus­tody bat­tle, E! News has con­firmed.

Headey moved back to the U.K. with her son, Wylie Loughran, this past sum­mer, which her ex-hus­band claims is a vi­o­la­tion of their cus­tody agree­ment. A source told E! News that Loughran is “go­ing to court to dis­pute Lena’s move.”

An at­tor­ney for Headey, Joy Dracup Stan­ley, told E! News that there is no vi­o­la­tion of the for­mer cou­ple’s cus­tody agree­ment. “The par­ties have a clear and writ­ten agree­ment that both par­ents and the child will move to the U.K. this sum­mer, and they will con­tinue to have joint le­gal cus­tody.”

Headey and Loughran di­vorced in 2013 af­ter ty­ing the knot in 2007. Af­ter the di­vorce was fi­nal­ized, Headey opened up about the painful process of get­ting out of her mar­riage. “It’s tough,” she said of end­ing her mar­riage. “There’s a lot of hurt and sad­ness and dis­ap­point­ment. Grief. Mas­sive grief. It’s a mourn­ing process, and yet no­body’s died.”

Headey has since given birth to a sec­ond child, a daugh­ter, but the HBO star has yet to re­veal the iden­tity of the baby’s fa­ther. She an­nounced her daugh­ter’s ar­rival with a tweet: “Hello peeps. All good. Just fallen in un­con­di­tional heart­break­ing di­vine love for the sec­ond time.”


Peter Loughran, left, claims ex-wife Lena Headey has vi­o­lated their cus­tody agree­ment.

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