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The actress had defied an agreement to fly them back to their father last Friday, to which the legal system appears to have responded swiftly.
Kelly Rutherford has been ordered to return her children to their father immediately by an irate judge in New York, after she failed to fly them back to Monaco last week as previously agreed.
TMZ reported that the former ‘Gossip Girl’ actress appeared in court in New York on Tuesday (August 11th) after she had decided to keep her two children, Hermes (8) and Helena (6), in America last Friday, thus breaking an agreement to return them to her ex-husband Daniel Giersch after they had spent three months this summer with Rutherford in the States.
Kelly Rutherford has been told by a New York court to return her children to their father in Monaco
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Rutherford was supposed to have flown to Monaco with her children to return them to their father on Friday (August 7th).
Kelly Rutherford has spoken out on her decision to refuse to let her two children fly back to Monaco to their father, deciding to keep them in the US and calling on him to “do the right thing” and “protect the children from the trauma of needless litigation.”
For over three years, Rutherford has been locked in a bitter custodial dispute with her ex-husband Daniel Giersch over their two young children – Hermes (8) and Helena (6). They have been spending the summer in New York with their mother, but she was supposed to have accompanied them back to Monaco and their father on Friday (August 7th).
Kelly Rutherford with her children Hermes and Helena in July 2015
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The former 'Gossip Girl' actress has been fighting for her children's custody for nearly six years, but a California court has ruled that it doesn't have jurisdiction in the matter.
Kelly Rutherford has been dealt another blow in her ongoing struggle to gain full custody of her children, with a Californian court ruling that it has no jurisdiction over the case.
In court documents obtained by People, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas reached the verdict on Thursday (July 23rd) that the former ‘Gossip Girl’ actress can no longer fight the case in the state of California.
Rutherford, 46, and her ex-husband Daniel Giersch have been locked in a bitter custody battle for the last six years over their two children, Hermes (8) and Helena (6). They are currently spending the summer in the US with Rutherford after a court in Monaco (where Giersch now resides) granted shared custody earlier this year.
The actress has been fighting a three year long legal battle to bring her son and daughter home.
‘Gossip Girl’ actress Kelly Rutherford has been given temporary sole legal and physical custody of her two children, following her much publicised campaign to bring them back to the United States. A judge in California ruled that Kelly’s son Hermes, 8, and daughter Helena, 6, must be brought back to the United States from Monaco, where they have been living with father Daniel Giersch since 2012.
Kelly Rutherford has been given temporary custody of her two children.
People magazine reports that according to a court order filed on Friday, the children must return to Los Angeles and Kelly will keep their passports. A further hearing at the L.A. Superior Court where Giersch or his representative are required to be present, will be held on June 15.
Kelly Rutherford - Shots of a host of stars as they arrived and took to the red carpet for a Special screening of 'Mad Men' which was held at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, New York, United States - Monday 23rd March 2015
Amy Adams poses alongside her new friend Margaret Keane at the New York premiere of the latter's biopic 'Big Eyes', held at the Museum of Modern Art.
Kelly Rutherford - alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet & David Choe present a Night of Fashion and Art held at 450 West 14th Street - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Wednesday 20th November 2013
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