Kelly Rutherford Poses Risk To Children

Posted: Dec 17 2015, 8:08am CST | by , Updated: Dec 19 2015, 8:23pm CST, in News | Latest Celebrity News


Kelly Rutherford Poses Risk to Children
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We previously reported on Kelly Rutherford who was involved in a largescale custody battle over her children Hermes and Helena with ex-husband Daniel Giersch. This has been going on since 2012, and there have been a few bumps in the road for both parties. Kelly is no longer allowed to bring the children to the United States, but she is allowed to visit them for certain vacations and during the summer.

Part of this decision stems back to the problems that Kelly has given the court over the case. She previously held the children in New York after a visit with her by deliberately causing them to miss their plane. She also didn't bring the children to court with her, and had to surrender them when ordered.

The ruling took place in Monaco and many are speculating that there is a gag order in place because she isn't talking to the press, something she has done before.

TMZ obtained additional information in which the judge ruled that Kelly posed a “strong risk of abduction” to her children:

"Rutherford lost custody of the children in August to battled ex-husband Daniel Giersch, who is a resident of the country. In a written ruling, obtained by TMZ, the judge said there was “a strong risk of the children’s abduction and retention in the United States” — translation, there was a big chance she’d flee with the kids"

If parts of this case don't seem to add up to you, it is because Kelly has been caught lying to the press and trying to foster sympathy. Now, the judge seemingly considered that she would be a danger to her children and possibly her ex-husband, so she isn't allowed to be with them.

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