Halsey and Alev Aydin have separated after two years of dating, and the singer is seeking full custody of their 1-year-old son, Ender Ridley.
According to court documents obtained by Page Six, the 28-year-old filed for full physical custody on April 5.
However, Halsey, who uses “they/them” pronouns, filed for joint legal custody and joint expenses with visitation rights.
Neither Halsey nor Aydin have addressed their split on social media, but a source close to the singer said the couple are on good terms.
“The split with them is totally amicable and they are co-parents, they will be raising their son together,” the source told Page Six on Tuesday.
The source further explained that Halsey “just had to apply that way” because they are going on tour in the summer “and it’s a formality so the singer can bring their son with them.”
Halsey’s representatives did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
The “Closer” singer announced that they are expecting their first child in January 2021, while also confirming their relationship with the 40-year-old woman.
“Surprise!” the singer captioned a series of topless photos showing the baby bump at the time.
Aydin, who was tagged in the post, shared the images on his Instagram story before commenting: “Heart so full, love you sweetie.”
Less than six months later, the then-couple welcomed their bundle of joy, with Halsey calling it “the most ‘weird’, euphoric birth ever.”
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Before welcoming her rainbow baby, the singer revealed that they had “miscarried three times” before her 24th birthday.
“It seemed a cruel irony that I could easily get pregnant but I struggled to keep a pregnancy,” they wrote in a letter to Vogue following the recent Supreme Court decision to strike out Roe. v. Wade.
“One of my miscarriages required ‘aftercare,’ a mild way of saying that I would need an abortion, because my body could not terminate the pregnancy on its own and I would risk sepsis without medical intervention.”
They went on to detail the horrifying but life-saving experience, saying they felt “scared” and “powerless” but knew it was the only option.
While it’s unclear when the couple split, Halsey posted a Valentine’s Day tribute to Aydin in February.
“❤️ ya’aburnee ❤️,” the singer captioned the photo kissing Aydin, which translates to “You bury me.”
They also posted a photo of the producer walking with his young son through a garden.