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"Game of Thrones" Star Demands Anti-Texting App in Divorce Deal?

Helen Sloan/HBO(LOS ANGELES) -- Game of Thrones actress Lena Headey has reached a divorce settlement with her ex that requires him to download an app that prevents a person from sending and receiving text messages while driving, reports.

The gossip website reports Headey was so concerned about her ex, musician Peter Loughran, driving their 3-year-old son around in the wake of a bad accident he had, she sought the app requirement in their divorce decree.  The app also blocks the Internet while behind the wheel of a car. 

TMZ says Headey, who plays Queen Cersei in the HBO series, agreed to use the app herself while driving.

According to TMZ, the settlement also states that when Headey travels overseas to film Game of Thrones and brings her son with her, she is required to cover the cost of her ex’s airfare, plus $1,000 a month in expenses.

Headey filed for divorce in 2012.  The pair wed in May 2007 and separated in 2011.

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