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Young 'Modern Family' star removed from mother's care

Young 'Modern Family' star removed from mother's care

May 13 2013, 12:09am CDT | by

Teen actress Ariel Winter has been removed from mother's care by child protective services for the second time. The 'Modern Family' star - who plays Alex Dunphy in the hit comedy series - is no...

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Young 'Modern Family' star removed from mother's care

May 13 2013, 12:09am CDT | by

Teen actress Ariel Winter has been removed from mother's care by child protective services for the second time.

The 'Modern Family' star - who plays Alex Dunphy in the hit comedy series - is no longer living with her mother Crystal Workman amid accusations of serious physical and emotional abuse and has been placed in her older sister's care.

A source told gossip website TMZ.com today (07.11.12) that the 14-year-old's older sister Shanelle Gray - who filed documents petitioning for guardianship in October after the first shocking allegations against Crystal came to light - has been awarded temporary legal custody.

The insider revealed that the girls have also secured a restraining order against their mother, forcing her to stay 100 yards away from the young actress at all times.

Ariel - who was honored with her second consecutive Screen Actors Guild Award along with her fellow cast-mates for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series earlier this year - is said to have been previously removed from her mother's care as a young child and placed in foster care by the Department of Children and Family Services.

Earlier this year San Diego, California, born Ariel banded together with her other young co-stars Rico Rodriguez, 14, Nolan Gould, 14, and Sarah Hyland, 21, to renegotiate their 'Modern Family' contracts together in a bid to secure uniform salaries and are now paid a reported $70,000 per episode each.

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7 weeks ago

EXCLUSIVE! Ariel Winter Is SO Over This Halloween Costume! Sabrina Carpenter & More Reveal Their Most Embarrassing Costumes!

Oct 28 2014 4:46pm CDT | Source: PerezHilton

Thought you were the only one who had to deal with the embarrassing memory of bad Halloween costumes?! Think again! Your favorite stars had to deal with that at one point in their lives, too! [ Photos: Flashback Friday: Halloween Edition! ] We were able to get Ariel Winter, Lori Loughlin, Sabrina Carpenter, and more stars to EXCLUSIVELY open up to tell us about their most embarrassing Halloween costumes! You ...
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