Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Reach Custody Agreement
After finalizing their divorce in November, the former couple has worked out a child custody agreement, ET has confirmed. According to a source familiar with the agreement, Tatum and Dewan have agreed to share 50/50 custody of their 6-year-old daughter. The source says they have also agreed to work with a counselor to work out a specific schedule to split the holidays and custody time in a fair way.
ET’s source adds that the actors also agreed to not exploit Everly for any social media advertisements. The Blast was first to report the news.
Tatum and Dewan announced their separation in April 2018 after eight years of marriage. They filed for divorce in October of that same year.
In November, after finalizing their divorce, Tatum filed a request that he and Dewan meet with a counselor once a month to help schedule their time with their daughter and assist in resolving any of their co-parenting issues.
"Due to our professions, our schedules are constantly changing, and flexibility is needed to ensure that we are both able to work and be able to have equal time with Everly," Tatum stated in the legal docs obtained by ET. "We have had difficulty navigating these accommodations without assistance, which has led to both confusion and conflict."
The twosome, meanwhile, have moved on. Dewan is currently dating Steve Kazee and they are expecting their first child together. Tatum recently reconciled with Jessie J after breaking up at the end of last year. The two made their red carpet debut as a couple since getting back together on Friday night.
Last month, ET caught up with Dewan, where she shared that her second pregnancy is more intense this time around.
"I felt a little bit more tired and nauseous this time around," she shared. "Overall, it's been great. I've definitely been working a lot throughout it, which has been a blessing in a lot of ways so I kind of keep going. Craving-wise, I'm craving a lot of junk food this time around."
See more of what she said in the video below.