Christina Ricci’s custody battle is over.
The controversial divorce of the Emmy and Golden Globe Award nominated actress from her estranged husband, filmmaker James Heerdegen, has changed for the better.
Last week, a Los Angeles Supreme Court judge signed a custody agreement for his young son, Frederick “Freddie” Heerdegen.
The 6-year-old will live with his mother in Vancouver, where she plans to move later this month to film a project.
The star “Adaams Family Values” has sole custody of the child, while Heerdegen has the right to visit.
The “actress” has agreed to pay Heerdegen “reasonable travel and accommodation costs”, but she will choose the hotel he will stay at in Canada.
According to court documents People received, the cameraman also has the right to make 15-minute FaceTime calls with his son three times a week.
It’s not clear whether the custody ruling has anything to do with the injunction Ricci issued against Heerdegen in January.
The cameraman “10 things we should do before we split up” also filed for an injunction against Ricci in January, but his application was denied.
Ricci filed for divorce from Heerdegen in July 2020.
The two married in 2013 after meeting on the set of the short-lived ABC drama series “Pan Am,” in which he starred as Dolly Grip.
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