Elijah Blue Allman, Cher’s son has moved to dismiss his divorce proceedings with his estranged wife, Marieangela King as per court documents obtained by The Messenger.
Allman filed for a dismissal “without prejudice” in a Los Angeles courtroom, as reported by The Messenger. King’s attorney confirmed the dismissal of the divorce matter when contacted by The Messenger on Wednesday afternoon.
Cher’s Son Seeks Dismissal of Divorce Proceedings with Estranged Wife
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Elijah Blue Allman, Cher’s son has taken steps to withdraw his divorce filing from his estranged wife, Marieangela King, amidst ongoing legal proceedings involving Cher’s attempt to place him under a conservatorship.
Allman initially filed for divorce from King in 2021 but recently sought a dismissal “without prejudice” as per court documents obtained by PEOPLE magazine.
Cher, aged 77, moved to establish a conservatorship for her 47-year-old son citing concerns about his ability to manage financial resources due to severe mental health and substance abuse issues. The singer emphasized the urgent need for a conservator to safeguard Elijah’s property from potential loss or harm.
Representatives for King and Allman’s attorney didn’t provide immediate comments to PEOPLE, while Cher’s representatives didn’t respond to EW’s request for comment.
This legal situation follows allegations from King in court documents in September accusing Cher of kidnapping Allman, which Cher refuted. King also mentioned in October that she hadn’t seen Allman in person since April, alleging Cher’s interference in Allman’s health management and access.
Cher’s conservatorship filing argued against King’s reliability as a conservator, highlighting the couple’s history of drug addiction and mental health crises. The singer stressed her love for Elijah and her commitment to acting in his best interests. However, due to his current health issues, she expressed an inability to discuss his preferences regarding the appointment of a temporary conservator.
A temporary conservatorship hearing is scheduled for Friday, with a hearing for a permanent order set for March 6.
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