Mary-Kate Olsen's ex Olivier Sarkozy 'moved his ex-wife' into mansion 'the moment' she left
Mary-Kate Olsen's estranged husband Oliver Sarkozy reportedly moved his ex-wife, Charlotte Bernard, their two children and his mother into their shared home as soon as she leftby Molly Pike
Mary-Kate Olsen's estranged husband Oliver Sarkozy moved his ex-wife into their shared mansion 'the moment' she left, it's claimed.
The couple, who were married for five years, split in April and he reportedly moved his ex-wife, Charlotte Bernard, their two children and his mother from New York City to their home in Bridgehampton soon after.
Olivier was said to be concerned about the coronavirus outbreak and wanted to keep them safe.
Mary-Kate, 33, filed for divorce from her husband, 51, this week.
A source told Page Six : "Olivier was concerned for the safety of his family in New York during the pandemic.
"He insisted to Mary-Kate that he wanted to bring his ex-wife, their kids and his mother from the city, to their Bridgehampton home."
The source added: "The moment MK drove out of the driveway in April, Olivier had his mother, kids, and wait for this … Charlotte, his ex-wife, move in to keep them in a safer place, away from COVID."
Mirror Online has contacted reps for Mary-Kate and Olivier for ciomment.
Mary-Kate was finally able to file for divorce this week after the New York courts reopened.
She previously tried to obtain an emergency order to end the marriage amid claims Sarkozy tried to kick her out of their apartment.
Reports suggested he had terminated the lease on the home they shared.
She's said to have claimed the exit date of May 18 did not leave her with enough time to find a place of her own.
The Full House star reportedly asked the lawyers for an extension.
The former couple began dating in 2012 and later tied the knot in 2015.