Sadly, it was wrong to trust. Since the initial news broke, there have been a few updates.
This isn't even the most upsetting part to me. Sure, I'm mad that I didn't hold out on the official documents and that I ended up contributing to the frenzy. However, I'm VERY sad for the children in this case who seemingly cannot trust either parent to look out for their best interests. After several astonishing and disappointing custody cases that I've personally seen, I can't help but be discouraged that the rawest end of the deal always goes to the children. Children don't deserve the relatively more stable parent - they deserve parents who are actually stable. They deserve to be loved and not used as pawns in national media coverage.
What do you think now? If you were the judge, what would your decision be?