Judge Describes Sharon Stone as Overreacting Parent

Sharon Stone has so overreacted to her 8-year-old son’s health issues that she suggested he get a Botox treatment for his smelly feet, according to the judge in the actress’s custody case.

In Superior Court papers, the judge also said Stone “delegates many of her parenting responsibilities to third parties” and has “simply refused” to participate in counseling unless her “schedule is accommodated and her demands are met.”

“Such conduct on the part of any parent … is unacceptable and does not serve the child’s best interest,” the San Francisco judge writes in the document, which is a tentative statement on Stone’s motion to modify custody. Read the rest of this entry »


Stone Wants Share in Son’s Custody

Sharon Stone is following in the footsteps of an unlikely forebear—namely, Britney Spears—and seeking a little more court-approved mother-son time.

E! News has obtained court papers filed by the China-angering actress in which she seeks a modified custody order for 7-year-old son Roan, whom she adopted with ex-hubby Philip Bronstein back in 2000.

Bronstein, the Komodo dragon-angering former editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, split from Stone in 2004 and currently retains primary custody of the boy.

Stone’s legal filing, entered in San Francisco County Superior Court on April 4, ask for a change in her son’s primary residence, though it remains unclear whether the request is simply for joint living arrangements or if it’s part of a run-up to request full custody of the boy.

Reps for Stone and Bronstein have yet to comment on the filing.

The Basic Instinct star has two other adopted children, son Laird, whom she adopted in May 2005, and son Quinn, whom she adopted in June 2006