Sharon Stone never lost custody of her child, so says her lawyer.
According to the court clerk's official record, dated September 12, ex-hubby Phil Bronstein "shall have permanent sole physical custody of child." It's right there, in black and white. The judge had awarded Sharon joint physical custody last year, so if Bronstein now has "sole physical custody," it seems to means his gain is her loss.
But wait, there's more. The clerk also wrote, "Custody, visitation, holiday and vacation schedule shall remain in place as outlined on 10/4/07 order." That's the order that gave Sharon joint physical and legal custody of the kid.
Sharon's lawyer, Marty Singer, says the inconsistency is obvious -- the judge didn't take away Stone's joint custody. In other words, she still has it and the clerk just screwed up when she wrote Bronstein now has "sole physical custody." That's what Singer says, and we think he has a point.