The strange agreement that Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner reached after the complaint

After the turbulent separation and cross complaints, finally, the actress and the singer began to find a middle ground.

Until the beginning of September, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner were a happily married couple in the eyes of the rest of the world, since no one imagined everything that was about to happen.

After 7 years of relationship and with two daughters involved, the Jonas Brothers singer and the Game of Thrones actress ended their relationship. Far from being a breakup on the best terms, immediately after the news broke, the sc@nd@ls began.

Apparently, Joe Jonas would have learned something from his wife that would have ended with his team of lawyers sending divorce papers to the young British woman.

However, the worst came when it emerged that Sophie Turner sued the singer, demanding that he return her daughters to the United Kingdom since they were in the United States with him.

According to the interpreter of Sansa Stark, her now ex-husband was withholding the girls’ passports so that they could not return to England, where the actress was. She also expressed that she found out about Joe Jonas’ divorce request through the media, while he was on vacation.

“This is an unfortunate legal disagreement about a marriage that is sadly ending. When language like ‘kidnapping’ is used it is, at best, misleading and at worst, gross abuse of the legal system. Children are not “They were kidnapped,” declared the musician’s representative in a statement.

But everything seems to be coming to fruition, since hours after the complaint, Sophie Turner could be seen shopping with her daughter on the streets of New York, as well as partying with Joe Jonas’ ex-girlfriend, Taylor. Swift.

Regarding the lawsuit, the couple sat down to talk, as announced by the site Page Six, and signed an agreement that prohibits the two from removing their daughters from New York state until it is legally resolved. The artists must appear at trial on October 3.