Mary-Kate Olsen's Emergency Divorce Filing Ruled 'Not Essential' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen 1987

The 33-year-old tried to start divorce proceedings in NY in April, but the coronavirus pandemic brought her plans to a screeching halt. Ashley Olsen reaction to Mary-Kate's divorce to Olivier Sarkozy shouldn't be a surprise for anyone who has a twin sister. The outlet reports the actress claims she attempted to file last month but was unable to do so because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Olsen, 33, filed the case Wednesday claiming that her 50-year-old banker hubby was trying to kick her out of their apartment by next Monday, forcing her to try to look for a new home during the coronavirus crisis. The emergency filing seeks a court order against Sarkozy that prevents him from disposing of Olsen's belongings. Lucian Chalfen, a New York Supreme Court spokesman, said a judge determined the matter was not essential. Her husband's lawyers have also emailed Olsen notifying her that she needs to move out by May 18.

Mary-Kate Olsen is hoping to gain access to her "ironclad prenup" and allow it to be enforced, along with an attempt to adhere to the city's quarantine guidelines through May.

During this hard time, Mary-Kate is reportedly leaning on twin sister Ashley for support.

Together, the sisters have a whopping net worth of $500 million, so thank fuck for that. NYC real estate is no joke.

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Multisystem inflammatory sydrome in children was previously called pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome. Six of those confirmed also tested positive for the coronavirus , Persichilli said.

Olsen has a lot on her plate because she has several businesses.

Mary-Kate and Olivier - who is 17 years her senior - tied the knot in November 2015, after getting engaged in 2014.

Olivier has two kids from his previous marriage.

Special price - Exclusive - Olivier Sarkozy and his girlfriend Mary Kate Olsen is promenent in the streets of the East Village, after the dejeune at the restaurant Quartino New York. Along with her sister Ashley, the young twins found global fame sharing the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House, later making millions in direct-to-video movies and merchandise throughout the 1990s. "Or you get burned out and then you're not productive".

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