Christina Ricci and Estranged Husband Agree on Custody Arrangement for Their Son amid Contentious Divorce


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Christina Ricci and her estranged husband James Heerdegen have agreed on a custody association for his or her younger son as she heads to Canada to movie a brand new film.

In March, Ricci and Heerdegen agreed their 6-year-old son Freddie would travel with the actress to Vancouver, Canada this month the place she is ready to movie a brand new challenge, in keeping with courtroom paperwork obtained by PEOPLE. The association was signed off by a Los Angeles decide final week. 

Heerdegen is allowed to proceed visiting their son by his “regular monitored visitation time” and Ricci pays for his “reasonable costs for travel and accommodations,” in keeping with the courtroom paperwork. Ricci may also choose a lodge for Heerdegen ought to he travel to Canada for visitation.

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The cinematographer can be entitled to 15-minute FaceTime calls with their son thrice per week, in keeping with the courtroom paperwork. 


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Ricci filed for divorce from Heerdegen in July 2020. The two married in 2013 after assembly on the set of Pan Am

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In January, the actress obtained a home violence restraining order once more Heerdegen after she accused him of bodily abuse, in courtroom paperwork obtained by PEOPLE on the time. 

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In her submitting, Ricci mentioned she was subjected to “severe physical and emotional abuse” by Heerdegen with “many of these acts of abuse” happening in entrance of their son.

A rep for Ricci didn’t instantly reply to PEOPLE’s request for remark on the time. That month, Heerdegen’s lawyer Larry Bakman mentioned in an announcement obtained by PEOPLE that his consumer “unequivocally denies all allegations of abuse made by Ms. Ricci as having occurred in 2020.”

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