Sharon Stone Lost in Court…Not her Son

It was reported last week that after an ongoing custody battle, which it sounds to be started by Sharon Stone originally, she has lost ‘all physical custody’ of her son. Now, while this sounds bad, and I’m not a huge fan of Stone to begin with, it’s not really as awful as everyone is making it out to be. What happened was that Stone wanted to change the current custody situation, which was Roan, her 8-year-old son, lived with her ex-husband in San Francisco and attended school there. Sharon wanted Roan to move closer to her and attend school in LA, and the court denied that order. It wasn’t as though she had custody and then lost it. From the Sydney Morning Herlad,

“The court order of 2007 provided that Roan was to go to school in San Francisco. Sharon went to court to try and modify the existing order,” he said.

“She wanted the court to modify the order so her child could go to school in Los Angeles. But the court felt that, for whatever reason, that she did not meet a burden to move him out of San Francisco during the school year.”

Sharon – who also has adopted sons Laird Vonne Stone, three, and two-year-old Quinn Kelly – reportedly wanted Roan to live closer to her so he could bond with her other children.

The papers state there is to be no change in Sharon’s “custody, visitation, holiday and vacation schedule” and order that her telephone number is programmed into Roan’s phones.

“Sharon not lost any iota of custody or visitation that she had before,” Singer said.”

So my entire point in this is that I don’t understand why everyone is so all over Stone about how she has ‘lost custody’ when really, you can’t lose something that you never had. And people are also talking about they wonder who’s taking care of the other children back home when this is clearly not a situation of neglect or abuse…she wanted him to change schools for Pete’s sake! As I mentioned earlier, I’m not a huge fan of this star in the first place but in this instance, I think people need to give her a break. She wanted something, she didn’t get it. Does that make her a horrible person?

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