Kelly Clarkson’s Ex-Husband Accuses Her Of Spying On Him After His $115okay A-Month Spousal Assist Win • Hollywood Leisure Information
Things are still looking shaky between Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, who was awarded a staggering $115ka month in spousal support from the American Idol star in their divorce settlement two months ago. New court documents have been filed by Brandon’s legal team that he’s become increasingly alarmed by the security cameras at Kelly’s Montana ranch, where a judge has allowed him to continue living until June. Brandon has been staying at the home throughout the pair’s divorce battle and claimed he was not able to move out sooner because he couldn’t “afford” it at the time.
His lawyers have now requested that Kelly has all of her 13 CCTV cameras switched off for the remainder of Brandon’s stay at the property. He doesn’t specify any particular reason for the motion, but his request would heavily imply that the talent manager, who shares two children with his former flame, could feel spied on, per Perez Hilton. “Kelly Blackstock shall forthwith turn off all web-cams, trail cams, and any other security cameras at (the address) which are now approximately 13 in total,” the court documents state.
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What’s more, Brandon’s lawyers have also requested that once Kelly has turned off the security cameras, she must send them proof and “specify how that was accomplished.” Clearly, it seems Brandon has some reason to believe that Kelly having access to the security cameras is an issue. The Breakaway chart-topper shares seven-year-old River and six-year-old Remington with Brandon, to who a judge awarded $115k in spousal support until January 2024. On top of that, Kelly was hit with a one-time payment to her ex in the amount of $1.3 million, while her child support to Brandon comes to an astounding $45,000.
Fortunately, Kelly has not had to cover the bills at her ranch, where Brandon lives. The judge said he would be required to pay $12,000 in rent and all utilities for his time at Kelly’s home. The singer will retain primary custody of their kids, but they will spend one weekend every month with their dad at the ranch.
A source for Us Weekly previously claimed Brandon was still living at the property owned by Kelly because he couldn’t afford to live elsewhere yet. “He has been living in it and said he doesn’t have the financial means to afford to purchase a residence of his own, citing the unresolved financial aspect of their divorce,” a source said.
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A month before her divorce was finalized, Kelly reportedly filed to legally change her surname as she geared up for a settlement with her ex. Court documents filed by the mother-of-two reveal she has petitioned to change her name to Kelly Brianne, saying that it was “more fitting of who she is now.”
It’s unclear how the name change will affect how she’s credited on TV, particularly since she helms The Kelly Clarkson Show, but Kelly has made it clear she wants the name change to be effective immediately. wow