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Judge says Sharon Stone’s son will live with dad

Actress Sharon Stone has lost another round of custody proceedings over her oldest son.A San Francisco judge denied her request for primary custody of 8-year-old Roan, who’s been living with his father, newspaper executive Phil Bronstein. The couple divorced in 2004 after six years of marriage.The judge ruled Sept. 12 that Bronstein’s home is more stable and structured, reaffirming a 2007 cour
/ Source: The Associated Press

Actress Sharon Stone has lost another round of custody proceedings over her oldest son.

A San Francisco judge denied her request for primary custody of 8-year-old Roan, who’s been living with his father, newspaper executive Phil Bronstein. The couple divorced in 2004 after six years of marriage.

The judge ruled Sept. 12 that Bronstein’s home is more stable and structured, reaffirming a 2007 court order that the executive vice president of the San Francisco Chronicle has permanent sole custody of Roan.

Stone retains visitation rights.

The judge also said the parents must consult with each other before enrolling their child in any tutoring activities, and that Stone’s telephone number should be programmed into Roan’s cell and home telephones.

Stone has two other sons, Laird and Quinn, whom she adopted on her own.

A call to Stone’s lawyer was not immediately returned Tuesday.