A Victory For Jason Patric

Thanks to the First Amendment, the actor fends off a restraining order demanded by the mother of his four-year-old child.

On Monday, Jason Patric prevailed in what is likely a first-of-its-kind legal dispute. The actor’s ex-girlfriend Danielle Schreiber demanded a restraining order that would have prevented Patric from using their son’s name for “Stand Up for Gus,” an advocacy outfit that raises awareness of parental alienation.
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  1. pasintervention
    pasintervention says:

    For 2 decades I have been helping victims of Parental Alienation through my non-profit, PAS Intervention and Dance & Arts To End Child Abuse. It is about time that we made some headway. Thank you!!!

      • westleysdad1
        westleysdad1 says:

        Jason, and all parents suffering the mental anguish and emotional distress which envelopes all of us going thru this terrible ordeal.
        Familiarize yourself with the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction & Enforcement Act. There is a very good synopsis at the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, dated December 2001. The name of this document is the Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.
        Familiarize yourself with the Parental Kidnapping & Prevention Act. “Don’t ever give up. Don’t Quit. Even when the pain and anguish is overwhelming. Try to keep your head up. As hard as it is. Keep the focus the children. Keep your head up.”

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