“I believe we are both good, loving parents, and I have tried to be patient as I know that this is a stressful time for all of us who are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic,” Armie shared in court documents. “I have no doubt that Elizabeth and I both want what is best for our children. But I have not seen our children since July and I miss them deeply.”
In separate legal documents obtained by E! News, Elizabeth’s lawyers explained that the Cayman Islands is safer than parts of the United States like Los Angeles.
“There are still no cases of COVID and the children are able to live a ‘normal’ life in contrast to being in Los Angeles having to wear a mask and stay indoors, especially now given the fires and poor air quality,” her legal team said in a letter. “Armie, however, elected to stay in Los Angeles.”
Elizabeth’s legal team added, “Separately, we will need to address COVID precautions upon the children’s return to Los Angeles. We have concerns regarding Armie engaging in behavior which many would consider putting him and others at risk.”