Mary-Kate Olsen Wanted to File Sooner for Divorce From Olivier Sarkozy

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Mary-Kate Olsen, 33, is seeking a divorce from husband Olivier Sarkozy, 50, but has had two filings rejected in the NY courts since April, because the cases weren't deemed essential/emergency matters amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The French banker Olivier shares two children with his ex-wife of 14 years.

The source also said that their different lifestyles is another reason why they broke things off so abruptly.

Mary-Kate Olsen has been making money before she even knew how to walk.

But the 33-year-old actress-turned-fashion-designer has worked since before her first birthday, starring on the sitcom Full House along with her twin sister, Ashley Olsen, for the show's entire eight-year run.

"Olivier loves traveling to tropical places with his French friends", the source added. "He loves the high life".


This prompted Mary-Kate to file for the emergency request on May 13 after Olivier's team sent her lawyers a letter demanding she move out of the couple's New York City apartment by May 18. "Her work schedule is beyond disciplined", a source explained to People.

Due to the pandemic, Mary-Kate said she couldn't "look for another apartment right now, let alone retrieve my separate property belongings and I am gravely concerned my husband will dissipate, dispose of and / or secret". "They ended up being apart quite a bit".

On April 17, Olsen privately signed papers seeking a divorce from Sarkozy, but because of the coronavirus crisis, New York City courts haven't been accepting divorce filings except in cases of emergency. "The original filing was rejected by the New York County clerk because they did not follow the essential matter procedure". "They refiled under the essential-matter procedure and the matter was referred to the ex parte judge, a New York State Supreme Judge". "He determined that it is not an essential matter, so they can't file anything at this point".

According to the outlet, which obtained the original filing, Olsen was looking to speed up the process with an emergency order because Sarkozy allegedly terminated the lease of their NY apartment, and his lawyers have also reportedly emailed Olsen notifying her that she needs to move out by May 18.

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