Mary-Kate Olsen ‘upset’ after losing bid for emergency divorce but is ‘not giving up’ as she ‘looks for ways around it’ – The Sun

MARY-KATE Olsen is not giving up the fight to keep her New York City apartment amid the ongoing bitter divorce battle with Olivier Sarkozy.

A day after a New York judge denied her request for an emergency divorce order – which would have triggered an automatic court order preventing Sarkozy from disposing of the property – sources close to the 33-year-old have claimed she is "in talks with lawyers" and looking for “other ways she can get around the situation."

"[She wants to] move the case forward as quickly as possible amid the pandemic,” the source told InTouch.

“While he’s not living in her apartment, all of her expensive belongings are there, and she’s terrified she won’t get them back.”

The insider also alleged that the fashion designer had been left "incredibly upset" by the ruling but was leaning on her sister Ashley, who had been a "tower of strength" and had whisked her out of the city.

"She’s doing everything in her power to support and advise her sister," the source shared.



The former teen star turned fashion designer filed on April 17, but New York courts were only accepting emergency divorce filings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Mary-Kate then filed for the emergency order, alleging her 50-year-old estranged husband was forcing her out of their home, and had given her a deadline of May 18 to remove her belongings from their NYC apartment.

Documents seen by The Sun allege that Mary-Kate can't meet the deadline "because of quarantine guidelines" and she is requesting an extension until May 30, accusing him and his lawyers of failing to respond.

She has also claimed that he terminated their lease without telling her.




They began their romance in 2012 and the pair wed on November 27, 2015, at a private residence in New York City.

Sarkozy is a French banker based in the US, although he went to university in the UK, where he studied Medieval History at the University of St. Andrews.

His half-brother is Nicolas Sarkozy, who served as the French president from 2007 to 2012.

He has two children from his first marriage to French writer Charlotte Bernard.

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