The longtime partner of Jasmine Hartin, the socialite charged with killing a top cop in Belize, has reportedly been granted interim custody of the couple’s two children.
A judge in the Caribbean country granted Andrew Ashcroft, 43, son of billionaire Lord Michael Ashcroft, the temporary custody on Wednesday, when both parents faced each other in family court for the first time, according to Belize station LoveFM.
Ashcroft declined to address the media before dashing off in his car, but his attorney Roberta Usher told reporters that he had been granted the custody of 4-year-old twins Charlie and Elle.
“That’s interim custody and I will speak to you after the matter is finished” Usher said.
Hartin, 32, meanwhile, told reporters: “That was a very, in my opinion, a very unfair outcome but I don’t think I can speak right now.”
Andrew Ashcroft has previously called Jasmine Hartin a “habitual drunkard.”Facebook
Her attorney Wendy Auxillou said her client “intends to act very maturely