NEW YORK: American performer Scarlett Johansson petitioned for separation from French columnist Romain Dauriac in New York this week and requested full care of the couple’s little girl, as her antagonized spouse requesting that her arrival to the arranging table.
Johansson, 32, petitioned for separation in New York Supreme Court on Tuesday on grounds of “the marriage being hopelessly broken.” She asked for joint legitimate care and private care of the couple’s 2-year-old little girl, Rose, as per court records.
The couple wedded in 2014. The court archives request the requirement of a prenuptial assention dated Sept. 24, 2014.
In an announcement on Wednesday, Dauriac said it was “disastrous” that Johansson petitioned for separation in court “and made our own disparities so open.”
“I would beseech her to pull back her activity speedily and to backpedal, as awkward as it may be, to the arranging table,” he said.
The “Lost in Translation” performing artist declined to remark on the separation.
“As a devoted mother and private individual and with finish mindfulness that my little girl will one day be mature enough to peruse the news about herself, I might just want to state that I will never, ever be remarking on the disintegration of my marriage,” Johansson said in an announcement.
The separation recording comes after media reports in January that the couple were isolated. A legal advisor for Dauriac said they both directly live in New York, yet not together.
This is the second marriage for “Captain America” star Johansson, who was hitched to “Deadpool” performing artist Ryan Reynolds from 2008 to 2011.