Joe Jonas files to dismiss Sophie Turner divorce case
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Joe Jonas has filed to dismiss his and Sophie Turner's divorce case.
Fans were shocked when the power couple announced they were separating in September after just four years of marriage.
Sadly though, it might not mean that they will be getting back together any time soon.
Speculation first began in the days leading up to their announcement, with the Jonas Brothers bandmate filing for divorce in Miami with documents claiming that their marriage was ‘irretrievably broken’.
Less than a week later, the couple issued a joint statement confirming the sad news on their social media pages.
It read: “After four wonderful years of marriage, we have mutually decided to amicably end our marriage. There are many speculative narratives as to why, but, truly, this is a united decision, and we sincerely hope that everyone can respect our wishes for us and our children.”
Since then, the pair have been engaged in an increasingly bitter divorce with Turner suing her former husband and asking that their two young children be returned to the UK.
The actor was also photographed having dinner with Jonas’ ex-girlfriend, Taylor Swift, as she visited New York.
While fans had been hoping the ‘Sucker’ singer’s dismissal could mean a U-Turn on the proceedings, it is likely that this will allow the couple to settle their dispute privately.
According to Page Six, court documents about the case have revealed that the Game of Thrones star and Jonas have reached ‘various agreements’.
The outlet also claimed that the pair will now ‘pursue an amicable resolution of all issues’.
It comes after Turner and Jonas announced that they would be splitting custody of their daughters, Willa, 3, and Delphine, 1.
They told Page Six in a statement: “After a productive and successful mediation, we have agreed that the children will spend time equally in loving homes in both the US and the UK,” the duo said in a statement to Page Six Tuesday.
“We look forward to being great co-parents.”
It’s thought that the couple will now alternate having the children every few weeks, as they prepare to appear in court.
Speaking about his pending divorce to Rolling Stone Magazine, Jonas said he was ‘so grateful’ his brothers alongside him.
With Jonas still touring with his band and Turner working in the UK, a trial date has been set for January 2.