12:24 PM EDT 07/06/2014
Originally posted 05/14/2014 04:15PM
Actor Jason Patric scored a victory Wednesday in his legal fight to see his biological son, Gus, 4.
Originally posted 03/21/2014 12:55PM
In his Santa Monica, Calif., house, Jason Patric takes a seat in a bright, cheerful child's bedroom stocked with stuffed animals, books, baseball gloves and toys of every description.
But he hasn't seen the boy the bedroom is meant for in more than a year.
"It's been 54 weeks since I've seen Gus," the actor says an emotional interview in the new issue of PEOPLE. "The hardest part is thinking what he's feeling. Every single day there's a new wonder and worry: 'Is he ok? Is he hurt? What does he look like? What is his voice like? How is he doing in school?'"
Originally posted 02/18/2014 10:05AM
Jason Patric insists he was not merely a sperm donor to his ex-girlfriend of 10 years, Danielle Schreiber, with whom he's currently locked in a bitter custody battle over their 4-year-old son, Gus.
Originally posted 02/14/2014 08:00AM
Jason Patric's bitter custody battle with his ex-girlfriend has escalated, with the actor claiming Danielle Schreiber has filed a motion to prevent him from saying the name of their 4-year-old son, Gus.
Originally posted 07/15/2013 11:20AM
What started as a child custody dispute between Jason Patric and a former girlfriend has evolved into a controversial, high-profile case that could change California law.
Patric, 47, star of The Lost Boys, Sleepers and My Sister's Keeper, has become intimately intertwined with a California state bill that would give sperm donors the ability to sue for parentage rights.
As part of a fertility treatment, Patric donated sperm in 2009 to a former girlfriend, massage therapist Danielle Schreiber, that resulted in her pregnancy, according to ABC News. He then decided he wanted to help raise the child, Gus, now 3, but was thwarted in his attempts to gain partial custody.
Originally posted 01/20/2005 02:00PM
Actor Jason Patric has filed a lawsuit against an Austin, Texas, police officer for allegedly violating his civil rights during an arrest in March 2004.
Originally posted 03/30/2004 2:58PM
Jason Patric may hope movie goers remember his role in the soon-to-be-released film "The Alamo," but he's probably hoping they will forget his performance on an Austin, Texas, street early Monday morning.
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