Elijah Blue Allman and his wife, Marieangela "Queeny" King were spotted in a rare public appearance on Monday amid his mother Cher's ongoing legal conservatorship case.
The couple made their appearance to attended Christine Peake's comedy show at benefit Breast Cancer Bandit, Hotel Ziggy in West Hollywood.
According to PEOPLE, an insider revealed to them that Allman appeared healthy and in good spirits as he and his wife interacted with DJ Paul Oakenfold as well as some of the performing comedians of the show.
While chatting it up with other attendees of the event, King could be heard describing her bond with Allman saying that the two have "never been stronger."
As the show came to an end, King could also be heard remarking, "that’s what we needed, to be around friends and laugh."
The couple’s light-hearted date night comes after Allman filed a request to dismiss his divorce, which was granted by a Los Angeles County judge.
Allman first filed for a divorce from King, back in 2021 after he tied the knot with her in December 2013.
However, they have since reconciled ever since the legal conservatorship drama with Allman’s mother, Cher, has come up.
Cher filed for a motion that Allman should be placed in a temporary emergency conservatorship under her due to his alleged mental health and substance abuse issues.
After multiple hearings, the judge ruled against Cher’s proposed injunction as they found no clear evidence of the alleged claims made against Allman.
The judge stated that Allman has proved “he has managed his finances” and "has remained drug free” after multiple drug tests were administered. The next hearing in the case is set for March.
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