Judge Orders ‘Game Of Thrones’ Actress Back To U.S. With Son
A judge has ordered Lena Headey to return the United States as soon as possible with her son after reportedly breaking a custody agreement.
On Wednesday, the 43-year-old actress lost her battle to stay in the United Kingdom with her 6-year-old son after not returning with him last month per her custody deal with her ex-husband Peter Loughran, Page Six reported..(RELATED: That Wasn’t Lena Headey’s Body During Cersei’s Naked Walk Of Shame On ‘Game Of Thrones)
The British actress reportedly picked up her son in the summer and enrolled him in school in England because she thinks the American education system is lacking. (RELATED: Game of Thrones’ Star Lena Headey On That Explosive Season Finale: ‘I Couldn’t Believe It)
Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, had been staying in England where she has been busy with filming of the HBO series “Game of Thrones” latest season.
The judge ruled against her and in favor of her ex who lives in Los Angeles. Headey was told she must return with her son to the states. However, he did grant her one favor. Instead of having to return right away, she can wait until she finishes the filming of the popular show.
Headey and and her ex where married from 2007 until 2013. As part of the custody deal Loughran is allowed to see their son 10 days per month. Therefore, the judge said to keep with the deal Headey must pay travel expenses for Loughran so he can see him.