David Hasselhoff has entered into a temporary custody arrangement with his wife following a ruling in family court earlier today.
While a judge put a gag order into effect today, a source close to the case confirmed to “Access Hollywood” that David will have custody of his two children today, Tuesday and Thursday. His ex-wife Pamela Bach will have the girls on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
On May 7th a Los Angeles judge suspended Hasselhoff’s visitation rights with his two daughters Taylor-Ann and Hayley Amber after a video showing the actor drunk was leaked to the media. Earlier today, Hasselhoff and Bach met in court for a hearing on the issue. The actor, dressed smartly in a navy blue pin stripe suit turned up accompanied to court by his attorney Melvin Goldsman. The attorney refused to comment on the judge’s ruling, but said David was “very happy the truth came out today.”
“It went very well, the truth was told and I can’t say any more,” the City News Service reported Hasselhoff saying.
Bach, in a gray suit, attended the hearing with her lawyer Debra Opri. When the two left the courtroom, they were caught up in a crush as dozens of media scrambled to cover the story.
Opri refused to comment on the case.
An Internet report earlier today suggested the results of the hearing granted Hasselhoff temporary custody of his two children for the next two weeks. A source close to Bach (unrelated to the aforementioned source), however, told Access Hollywood that is not the case. “(That report is) an absolute fabrication,” this source said.
Despite the attorney silences, Access has also learned that to continue the custody arrangement put in place this week; David is required to take three blood tests and three breathalyzer tests this week. If he passes these tests, the schedule will remain the same.
Bach is not required to take any tests.