The 'Game of Thrones' star reached a settlement with Peter Loughran, asking him to download an app that will prevent him from texting while driving.
"Game of Thrones" star Lena Headey is so concern about her ex-husband's driving style that she ordered him to download an app that prohibits him from texting or emailing while driving. Headey struck a deal with Peter Loughran in their divorce settlement.
According to TMZ, Loughran has driving issues and Headey doesn't want him to injure their 3-year-old son Wylie while he's behind the wheel. She imposed a requirement that he download an app that prevents him from sending and receiving text messages while driving, and blocks the Internet. She will do the same.
Headey filed for divorce from Loughran in July 2012 after five years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason of the separation. She revealed earlier this year in a court document that she struggled financially, having less than $5 in her bank account. She blamed the financial woes on her absence from work while pregnant with Wylie.
Headey and Loughran are sharing the legal and physical custody of their son. TMZ reported that Headey now has to pay for his traveling cost while she goes places to film "Game of Thrones". She is paying for his airfare, the least expensive class with a bed, and $1,000 for monthly expenses.