Although Megan Fox has moved on with Machine Gun Kelly and is in a happy space, the string between her and Brian Austin Green is still not completely broken. The couple is now fighting for the custody of their three kids, Noah, Bodhi and Journey.
Recently we told you that Megan had filed for divorce from Brian. And now Brian has responded to the divorce filing but with a clause. Continue reading further to know more about this clause.
According to reports in Hollywood Life, Brian Austin Green has responded to Megan Fox’s divorce filing by asking for joint custody of their three sons. The Beverly Hills, 90210 star is asking for both physical and legal custody in the court documents that were filed on November 25. The portal reached out to Brian’s and Megan’s reps for comment.
Brian Austin Green did not check off the box requesting child support in the court documents, although he made a request for possible spousal support that would be paid to both him and Megan Fox. On the contrary, Megan requested to “terminate” the possibility for her or Brian to receive spousal support in court documents.
Another difference between Brian and Megan’s court documents was the date of separation that they separately reported. Brian listed March 5 of 2020 as the day they officially parted ways after ten years of marriage, while Megan wrote that they split in Nov. 2019 (which would be over a year ago). Megan filed her divorce petition, due to “irreconcilable differences,” on November 25 — the very same day, Brian filed his response with the Los Angeles County Superior Court. Brian and Megan have been married since 2010, although Megan filed for divorce the first time in 2015.
Brian Austin Green confirmed that he and Megan Fox split once again on the May 18 episode of his podcast, With Brian Austin Green. From the beginning, the actor made it clear that they would always be a united family unit, no matter their romantic status. “I will always love [Megan]. And I know she will always love me and I know as far as a family what we have built is really cool and really special,” Brian said on the podcast. He added that they would “still do family vacations and holidays as a family and really make that a focus for the kids.”
Well, what do you think is going to be the conclusion of this case?