You should consult with an attorney about the details of your issue. Seek an attorney who will give you a free consultation.
Typically PRs cannot be removed for the reason of jealousy.
There is also a history of you asking these same questions here over and over, even though you are already represented by an attorney.
I agree that you should review this with your attorney. This is not the kind of thing you can handle in court on your own. Since you appear to be represented by counsel, that is the best you can do. The rest is up to the judge.
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