Jesse Williams is suing his ex-wife for joint physical custody of their kids, claiming she did not allow him to see the kids on Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
But don't worry - he didn't spend the holidays home alone, waiting for the phone to ring to talk to his kids. The actor spent his winter break on a trip to Brazil, where it's high summer, living it up in Pernambuco, chilling on paradisiac beaches, riding jet skis, and partying at a SEVEN-DAY New Year's bash with models and friends, which only ended on January 2nd.
Jesse travelled on a private jet to Brazil and according to Brazilian media arrived on 26 December. (Some fan sites claim he arrived on the 30th but OP could not verify). Then he reportedly took a private helicopter to Carneiros, a trendy beach spot in Pernambuco. The actor rented a house with friends. That, plus the fact that Americans need a visa to #cometobrazil, points to this trip being planned for a long time.
Other celebs who spent the holiday in Carneiros to go the same New Year's extravaganza as Jesse include Victoria's Secret models Toni Garrn (Leo's ex), Bruna Lírio, Gizele Oliveira, Mariane Fonseca, plus Grace Mahary, Imann Hamman, Melodie Monrose, Svvetlana Zarkhrova, and Sofia Resing.
On 2nd January, the actor left Pernambuco and went to Rio de Janeiro. He went to the beach and today had lunch at the exclusive Fasano restaurant. He's still in Brazil.
🎥 Jesse Williams publicou esse vídeo em seu instagram story na praia dos carneiros, em Pernambuco. pic.twitter.com/pi1n0duKjZ— Portal Grey's BR (@PortalGreysA) January 2, 2018
📸 LINDO!!!! Jesse Williams publicou essa foto em seu Instagram story curtindo o resort que estava hospedado na praia de carneiros, no Pernambuco. pic.twitter.com/gEid9Nngw8— Portal Grey's BR (@PortalGreysA) 2 de janeiro de 2018
🎥 Jesse Williams publicou esse vídeo em seu instagram story comemorando o ano novo no resort em que ele está hospedado na praia dos carneiros, em Pernambuco. pic.twitter.com/IygZ8uMxRw— Portal Grey's BR (@PortalGreysA) January 2, 2018
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