Melbourne, Aug 26 : Australian actor George Lazenby is disappointed that he has been allowed only three monitored daytime visits a week with his three young children.
Lazenby, who has been fighting a bitter divorce and child custody battle with estranged wife Pam Shriver, has been allowed three monitored daytime visits a week with his three young children.
The former James Bond star has failed to have a temporary restraining order lifted by a Superior Court judge.
"No, I'm not happy," News.com,au quoted Lazenby as saying.
"I want to see my kids the way I always saw them. I put them to bed and I'd wake up in the morning and they'd jump into my bed. I loved that and I missed that," he added. The 68-year-old star wants equal joint custody of his children.
Shriver, former tennis professional, has accused Lazenby of being an aggressive drunk, offering beer to their children, and also making anti-Semitic remarks to Israeli government officials in an LA restaurant.
Lazenby, who played James Bond in the 1967 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, hit back at Shriver, alleging in court documents that she dranks a "cocktail" of prescription painkillers and sleeping pills with vodka and rum "each night and during the day".
However, Shriver refused to comment on the allegations.