This poor woman has just lost her final court appeal...
Well this was heartbreaking, but a good lesson to other mothers.
“STAY OUT OF COURTS WITH THESE ONGOING CUSTODY FIGHTS.
THE COURTS ARE NOT YOUR FRIEND”
Sadly, our courts have been overrun with mens rights nuts and crazy gender neutralized feminists who are always looking to demonstrate that men and women are completely the same by removing children from their mother’s custody.
Of course, right on schedule, the children were immediately dumped off on Giersch’s mother who has a permanent residence in Monaco. I wonder if they’ll even speak English by the time they come back to the US which will probably happen when they are adults…
BTW, after six months or so of residence in another country, state, whatever, Giersch can re-file his court papers in the children’s new place of residence and get himself legally declared sole custodian and then this poor woman won’t even have the fiction of “50/50 custody” to comfort her.
Although Ms. Rutherford appears to believe this is the only time this situation has happened, I have heard of a number of mothers having their children legally relocated to other countries with court approval. So in some sense the children are lucky, especially her daughter. She could be living in the mid-east right now, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Russia, China, anywhere. Fortunately they are living in a stable European country, their grandmother is caring for them and I assume they will be in a proper school at some point.
Someone commented in another article about this decision that it was “the worse custody ruling ever”…but I must disagree. The worse custody ruling ever was when a California female Judge returned two children to OJ Simpson even though they had been living with loving grandparents for almost a year during his murder trial. There was no reason to overturn the stable environment they were already living in, OJ could have visited them on schedule like non-custodial parents everywhere do, he could have retained parental rights w/o upsetting the stability of the childrens' lives. How many mothers do I know who lost custody with that exact rationale, many.
If I live to be 100, I will never get over that custody ruling...
“Best interest of the children” it’s laughable really when you look at many of the rulings coming from these courts…
I was actually waiting for this to happen to Halle Berry when she started this whole court fight to move to France with her daughter.
Halle was very, very lucky that time, I hope she doesn’t repeat this error of judgment by attempting to go back to court on other issues in the future. It could end badly for her.
Anyway I reiterate: stay away from courts mothers please.