Kevin Costner and his family have spent nearly $12 million on expenses over the past year

Kevin Costner and his family spent nearly $12 million on expenses last year.

Kevin Costner and his family spent nearly $12 million on expenses last year

Kevin Costner and his family spent nearly $12 million on expenses last year

The ‘The Bodyguard’ actor’s private financial information for 2022 has come to light amid his split from ex-wife Christine Baumgartner, 49, who filed for divorce from the 68-year-old in May after 18 years of marriage.

Kevin had previously argued in court documents obtained by Page Six that he did not want his financial information made public for fear of “irreparable harm” being caused to him by fraudsters.

But Christine detailed in a new court filing how much the ‘Yellowstone’ star earned and spent last year to protest the amount she will receive in spousal support.

Documents show that he earned a total of $19,517,064.32 before taxes due to income he earned from TV and film projects, rentals and social security.

He and his family spent $11,921,543.89 on expenses last year, leaving Kevin with a net income in 2022 of just over $7.5 million.

A huge portion of Kevin’s expenses went to his three homes, including a property in Santa Barbara, California, another in Aspen, Colorado, and a third called “Beach House.”

Christine reportedly refused to leave a house in Santa Barbara.

Annual gardening fees for one of Kevin’s mansions were $424,000, nearly $12,000 in private security and over $200,000 in repairs and other costs.

The actor also joined two beach clubs which had fees of $160,821 and $288,381.

He also paid more than $78,000 for his children’s education, $34,434 for golf dues and $12,851 for a personal trainer.

And Kevin has paid over $36,000 in charitable donations, over $830,000 in gifts and thousands of dollars in credit card charges for each of his family members, including Christine.

Christine demands $248,000 a month from Kevin to help raise their three children.

Court documents showed she wanted a small fortune to maintain the lifestyle of her and Kevin’s children, Cayden Wyatt, 16, Hayes Logan, 14, and Grace Avery, 13.

According to documents obtained by People, Christine claims the money requested is “lower than the amount needed to keep the children in their usual lifestyle.”

She also wants Kevin to pay for their children’s private school tuition, extracurricular activities, sports expenses and health expenses, according to court documents.

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