Janine Lindemulder and Jesse James’ battle over their daughter Sunny continued in court on Tuesday in Orange County, California. RadarOnline.com has learned that Janine will be allowed additional visits with Sunny.
After a session in closed chambers, Commissioner Thomas Schulte decided Janine would get interim visits until the next court hearing on July 12. He declined to say whether those would be monitored or not. However, when she left the court, Janine told RadarOnline.com that she was “happy” with the decision.
Lindemulder and James were at odds over the terms of her visits with Sunny. Janine wanted them to be unsupervised while Jesse preferred that the visits be monitored.
Earlier in the proceedings in open court, Loni Klein, the court-appointed attorney, sided with James. “I would recommend supervised visits and I have concerns over potential prescription drug-abuse,“ she said in court on Tuesday. Lindemulder’s attorney Richard Masson countered the drug-abuse claim saying Janine is ““clean and has passed all her drug tests.”
Klein also hinted that Janine was exploiting Sunny since paparazzi followed the little girl to her past weekend visit with Janine. Masson said the paparazzi simply followed Sunny from James’ home.