February 4, 2016
Wall Street financier Warren Lichtenstein, who has been in a high-profile custody battle over his daughter with British socialite Annabelle Bond, is teaming up with actor Jason Patric to host a think tank about parental rights.
Lichtenstein has been battling Bond, the daughter of former HSBC chairman Sir John R. H. Bond, for custody of their 5-year-old daughter and currently pays her $50,000 per month in child support.
Lichtenstein, the chairman and CEO of hedge fund Steel Partners, recently filed a lawsuit in Manhattan claiming Bond obtained the outsize child support order from a Hong Kong court to “improve upon her already extraordinary life of luxury, privilege and modest fame,” and alleges she and her new boyfriend conspired to hide her true wealth to win the inflated child support payments.
Sources tell Page Six that Lichtenstein is up to date on the payments and, “He desperately wants more time with his daughter.”
Meanwhile, Patric went through a 2- year court battle to be legally recognized as the father of his son Gus, who was conceived with his sperm donation.
Lichtenstein and Patric are co-hosting a Los Angeles think tank on Friday for international matrimonial lawyers and family court judges. Vanderbilt University professor and psychiatrist William Bernet, an editor of “Parental Alienation,” will be the speaker.
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