In a recent legal development, actor Jeremy Allen White and his estranged wife, Addison Timlin, have reached an agreement regarding the custody of their two young daughters, Ezer, aged 4, and Dolores, aged 2. The former couple has agreed to share joint custody under specific conditions, as outlined in court documents obtained by ET.
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The arrangement stipulates that Jeremy Allen White must comply with a set of conditions, including regular alcohol testing. To ensure the safety and well-being of their children, White is required to undergo Soberlink testing on five specific days of the week, namely Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The purpose of this testing is to confirm that he is not under the influence of alcohol while in the presence of his daughters.
Soberlink is a state-of-the-art, portable breathalyzer with professional-grade accuracy and wireless connectivity. Notably, this device incorporates cutting-edge technology, including facial recognition software, to ensure that only the designated individual is able to complete the required tests.
According to the court documents, a compliant test is one in which no alcohol is detected, and Jeremy Allen White’s identity is successfully verified. Conversely, a positive test is defined as one in which alcohol is detected, indicating non-compliance with the stipulated conditions. Furthermore, a non-compliant test encompasses either a positive result for alcohol or a failure to confirm Jeremy Allen White’s identity. This custody agreement underscores the importance of maintaining a safe and sober environment for the couple’s young children.
In the latest legal development, a stipulation regarding custody arrangements between the estranged couple, White and Timlin, has come to light. The document outlines specific guidelines to be followed in the event of a non-compliant or positive alcohol test on the part of White, leading to the termination of his custody time. Attorneys representing both parties are required to convene within seven days to chart the course for future custodial arrangements. Notably, the stipulation acknowledges the potential for false-positive results in alcohol tests.
The stipulation delves into the procedures surrounding test confirmation and retesting. It highlights that if the initial test is compliant, there’s no need for a re-test. However, in the case of a positive test, Soberlink categorizes the first test as a screening test, prompting White to retest in 15 minutes. The purpose of retesting is to discern whether the source of alcohol was due to consumption or accidental exposure, such as mouthwash. It’s emphasized that positive tests will only lead to non-compliance if the initial positive result is substantiated by a missed or positive retest.
Moreover, White has been mandated to attend individual therapy sessions at least once a week and a minimum of two Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings every week. Timlin is granted the authority to request proof of White’s compliance with these requirements, and he must furnish the evidence within three days of her request.
The stipulation emphasizes that it remains confidential and will not be filed with the court unless there is a breach of the terms by either party or in the case of a “non-compliant test” or “positive test” by White, as defined within the document. It appears that a possible breach has triggered its filing.
This confidential stipulation was signed by Timlin on September 30, followed by White on October 3, and the court documents were officially submitted on a recent Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
The custody agreement includes a provision allowing either parent to be present at their children’s activities, such as soccer games, performances, and other events. A mediation session is scheduled for January 2024 to discuss the terms of the custody agreement.
As for the custody schedule, the documents reveal that White and Timlin have established a detailed plan that grants White at least four days a week with the children. The stipulation also mandates that the two parents must collaborate in good faith to share custodial time with the children during holidays.
The backdrop to this legal arrangement traces back to May when White and Timlin decided to part ways, initiated by Timlin’s divorce filing. According to the obtained divorce documents, the date of separation was listed as September 1, 2022. Notably, this was before White’s Best Actor in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy Golden Globe win earlier this year, during which he expressed his affection for Timlin in his acceptance speech.