Mary-Kate Olsen quickly files for divorce from Olivier Sarkozy after lifting an eight-week moratorium on New York court proceedings
- Documents filed electronically with the Manhattan County Clerk
- It was the first available date for her to file
- His previous attempt was rejected when COVID-19 was locked
- Full House alumnus wanted earlier hearing to stop Sarkozy from leaving her New York apartment
- Ex married in November 2015
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Mary-Kate Olsen’s legal team wasted little time Monday formally filing the papers for the designer to divorce her ex-husband Olivier Sarkozy.
The documents, a summons and a complaint, were filed electronically with the Manhattan County clerk, according to the New York Daily News.
The 33-year-old socialite had previously filed an emergency petition on April 17 to break the marriage, but a statewide PAUSE order due to the COVID-19 foreclosure has kept New York courts closed for all hearings that were not considered urgent or immediately essential.
Last point: the legal team of Mary-Kate Olsen lost little time Monday to officially file the papers for the designer to divorce her ex-husband Olivier Sarkozy
Earlier, the 5-square-foot beauty attempted to complete the paperwork for the split, but a judge denied the request.
The Los Angeles native’s legal team, who rose to fame as a young child in the 1980s with his sister Ashley on Full House, completed paperwork Monday as city courts opened. their doors on Monday.
Earlier this month, the designer tried to prevent the 50-year-old banker from having her leave her apartment in New York.
The ex-couple started seeing each other in 2012 and made the connection in November 2015.
Stalwarts: Mary-Kate and her sister Ashley were caught in New York in 2018
Failure: 5 square foot beauty attempted to complete documents for split, but judge denied request
Sarkozy has two teenagers from a previous relationship, son Julien, 18, and daughter, Margot, 16.
Court officials said last week that electronic documents would be accepted after Memorial Day weekend.
Olsen has an estimated value of $ 500 million and has a “foolproof marriage contract” and “business interests and wealth are protected,” insiders said earlier this month.