Deal Reached In Remy Custody Case
BOSTON (CBS) — A custody deal has been reached in the case involving the granddaughter of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy.
The 5-year-old will be in the guardianship of her maternal grandparents Brian and Patty Martel, Martel’s brother Brian Jr. and his wife Andrea and also spend time with Jerry and Pheobe Remy.
All three couples had made separate requests for custody of the child.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope reports
“The Martel and Remy families have reached an agreement on custody of Arianna. She will be in the guardianship of Martel family members and will also spend time with the Remys. The families ask that the media respect their privacy and that of Arianna,” lawyers for the Martel family said in a statement.
Sandy Durland, attorney for the Remys, said the child is lucky to have three families that want to care for her.
“Everyone is satisfied with the terms,” Durland said.
Jared Remy is currently being held without bail. He’s pleaded not guilty to the charges.
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