Heidi Klum and ex-husband Seal appear to have started a legal argument about the model moving with their four children Leni, 16, Henry, 14, Johan, 13, and Lou, 10, to her homeland of Germany. Germany’s Next Topmodel host has alleged that the singer’s “time” with their kids is “sporadic at best” in legal declaration documents obtained by People magazine. Heidi explains in the documents that she and Seal, who she divorced in Oct. 2014, share joint custody. Still, the kids spend the majority of their time with her.
Specifically, America’s Got Talent judge has requested an emergency court hearing concerning to travel with the children to Germany. Seal, who was born Henry Olusegun Adeola Samuel, “has not yet approved of this trip,” Heidi claims, noting that she is well aware of all of the necessary cares associated with the COVID-19, and would never put her children at risk.
Heidi also advised various times and events for Seal, who is a British passport holder, to see their kids in Europe. “There will be a three-week break for the Christmas holidays,” the documents explain, with Heidi offering “to agree that Henry spend the Christmas break with children again this year so that the children can be with their father, if Henry would like this…he would be able to visit the children while they are in Germany.”
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