Washington, Sept 25 : Sharon Stone's lawyer has dismissed reports that the actress lost custody of her 8-year-old son, Roan.
According to the offices of Stone's attorney, Martin Singer, the actress went to court in hopes of gaining permission for Roan to be enrolled in a school in the Los Angeles area - where she resides - rather than in Northern California, where he currently lives with his father and her ex-husband, newspaper executive Phil Bronstein.
The request was turned down because Bronstein "can provide a more structured continuity, stable, secure and consistent home for the child," reports FoxNews.com.
The order remains permanent unless there is a change of circumstance, meaning if Bronstein moves out of San Francisco.
The couple, which divorced in early 2004, have a 'joint legal and physical custody' agreement over their adopted son Roan.