Sophie Turner reportedly drops lawsuit against Joe Jonas

Sophie Turner has reportedly dropped her lawsuit against Joe Jonas four months after he allegedly "wrongfully withheld" his two daughters.

Turner filed the legal action on September 21, 2023, just weeks after Jonas filed for divorce on September 5. Turner claimed in the lawsuit that Jonas withheld the daughters' passports and refused to "send the children back to the UK" from their mother. "

Jonas later issued a statement questioning her claims. Days later, the pair reached a temporary custody agreement that would keep the children in New York while they worked out their divorce.

Now, according to court documents obtained by People , Turner has agreed to "dismiss the lawsuit with prejudice and without payment of attorneys' fees, expenses, costs and/or disbursements to either party" after a U.K. judge approved the joint custody plan. .

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"We look forward to being great co-parents"

The firing also comes after Turner and Jonas reached a temporary custody agreement in October 2023, which stipulated where their two children, Willa and Delphine, would live.

"After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend their time equally in loving families in the United States and the United Kingdom," the pair said in a statement to E! News at the time. "We look forward to being great co-parents."

The agreement is consistent with Jonas's original divorce filing, in which he asked for joint custody of their two children and said it was "in the best interest of the minor children to share parental responsibilities."

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Jonas and Turner publicly confirmed their divorce for the first time, posting a joint statement on Instagram the day after Jonas filed the paperwork.

"After four wonderful years of marriage, we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage," the statement read. "There has been much speculation as to why, but in reality it was a mutual decision and we sincerely hope everyone Can respect our wishes for our privacy and that of our children.”