Marjorie de Sousa
The controversial actress is on the move and already has a project in the works. Televisa

Julián Gil and Marjorie De Sousa continue to battle in court over visitational rights for their baby Matias and there's no end in sight. Recently, Gil won a small battle after a judge ruled that the Venezuelan actress would not be able to take her son out of México as she couldn't start the process to get a passport issued. "Julián Elías Gil Beltrán, has manifested his opposition that the minor by the name of Matías Gregorio Gil de Sousa leave the country, just as Mrs. Marjorie Lissette de Sousa Rivas proceed with the alluded child," the judge ruled.

The ruling comes days after Marjorie de Sousa blocked Julián Gil from spending time with his son. "I was left waiting for you my son," he wrote. "I've had difficult days and once again today the misses is making fun of everyone and my son Matías after months of struggles to be able to be with my son and the judge that looks over the case and is in my favor giving me the right to share time with my Mati outside of the court."

Gil went on to give the reasons why Gil was blocked from spending time with the baby. "They not only appealed, they also filed for protection alleging I can't be with my son because according to the mother she can't detach herself from her son because she needs to breast feed him," he explained. "Somebody explain how she does it as she spends all week in Miami and the baby is in Mexico. It's easy giving interviews and saying, 'I will never separate my son of his father' and on the other side doing the impossible so he can't be with him. Is it too much to ask for 4 hours every 15 days? What is the mystery?"

Julián Gil finished off by writing: "Matías doesn't only need money, he also needs love from his father. He also doesn't need two nurses but if I have to hire 20, I will do that in order to be with him. I don't need to delete comments."

Julián Gil had recently been given permission by the court system to spend time with his son and announced the news on social media. "Today, after months of defending the rights of my son, after being slandered, stepped on, pointed at, I thank God and the Mexican justice for this present in making justice," he wrote in an Instagram post. "I will be able to see my son outside of the court for 4 hours every 15 days and without supervision. As I've always said, I submit myself to evidence and I hope that this time, Marjorie de Sousa follows through with what she said on various occasions: 'I will never oppose my son to share time with his father.' I hope that they don't appeal the decision of spending time with my son."

Recently, Julián Gil's sister came to his defense and blasted Marjorie de Sousa writing a letter on Facebook that partially read: "Having a kid is a business opportunity? Big shortcomings as it's obvious nobody taught her to give and receive affection and I was a witness of that and I can say that, I am saddened of how unhappy she was, is and will always be, you are Marjorie, worthy of pity." She ended the letter warning the Venezuelan actress: "Tighten up your belt because each tear that my brother and family has shed, you will pay with karma and justice. Write down the date because your show is over."

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