Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas in Custody Battle Over Their Daughters

Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner has filed a lawsuit against her estranged husband, Joe Jonas, for allegedly refusing to return their two daughters to England amid their divorce.

Turner and Jonas share two daughters, Willa, 3, and a second daughter who was born in July 2022.

According to the lawsuit, Turner and Jonas met on Sunday to discuss their separation. They agreed that the children would be returned to England on Wednesday. However, Jonas has withheld the children's passports and is refusing to send them home.

Jonas filed for divorce against Turner in Miami-Dade County court on September 5. He requested "shared parental responsibilities" and enforcement of their April 2019 prenuptial agreement.

Turner alleges that she found out about Jonas' divorce filing through the media. She also refutes Jonas' claim that the children have been living with him in Miami "and other locations throughout the United States."

Turner's lawsuit states that the children have lived in England since April 10, 2023. She also says that in December 2022, she and Jonas confirmed that England would be their "forever home."

Turner's petition was filed under The Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction and the International Child Abduction Remedies Act, both of which provide solutions for children internationally abducted from one parent.

Turner also plans to file a case in England. She argues that Jonas' custody of their children is a "breach" of her "rights of custody under English law."

The outcome of this case remains to be seen. However, it is a reminder of the complex legal issues that can arise in a celebrity divorce, especially when children are involved.