June 16, 2007
Actor David Hasselhoff was awarded sole custody of his two daughters on Friday. According to People Magazine, a judge ruled Hasselhoff's wife Pamela Bach can visit every other weekend. She can also have dinner with the girls on Wednesday nights. If in the future, the daughters want to see their mother more, Hasselhoff's lawyer says the actor is agreeable to that.
"The judge said, `Enough is enough,"' Hasselhoff said outside Superior Court after a closed hearing.
Hasselhoff was awarded primary physical custody and full legal custody of the two girls, said Melvin Goldsman, his attorney. The teens will mainly live with their father, who will have responsibility for making decisions about their health, education and welfare, Goldsman said.
Hasselhoff had been banned from seeing his daughters after a drunken video of the actor surfaced last month.
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