The New York State Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that New York courts, not the Cambodian government, should determine the custody of a 7-year-old boy caught in a tangled adoption dispute.

The Court refused to recognize the Cambodian government’s award of custody to Johnson & Johnson heiress Elizabeth “Libet” Johnson in her dispute with former boyfriend Lionel Bissoon, a celebrity diet doctor.

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