Kevin Costner’s ex-wife allegedly claimed he let their three children know they were separating after 18 years of marriage during a 10-minute Zoom call.
The ‘Bodyguard’ actor, 68, has been embroiled in a legal battle with his creative ex-partner Christine Baumgartner, 49, since she filed for divorce in May after 18 years of marriage, and court papers would now show he called their kids to say their relationship was ending with a call from a hotel room.
According to People, designer Christine alleges in new court documents obtained by the outlet, “After a 24-year relationship, from his hotel room in Las Vegas, Kevin told our three children that we were going to divorce at a 10 minute Zoom call without me present.
“I’m still confused by his motivation to do it via a very short Zoom session, especially since he was planning to be home five days later.
“He also could have easily come home from Las Vegas to have the conversation in person.”
A source close to the “Yellowstone” actor Kevin told People the actor’s ex filed for divorce in May while filming on location, and explained that he “FaceTimes all the time with the kids when he’s on the go.”
The claim was flagged after People said Christine’s court record showed she was seeking $248,000 a month to help raise their three children.
According to documents obtained by the publication, Christine claims that the money requested for the maintenance of Cayden Wyatt, 16, Hayes Logan, 14, and Grace Avery, 13, is “lower than the amount needed to maintain the children in their usual accommodation”. way of life”.
According to court documents, she also wants Kevin to pay for their children’s tuition, extracurricular activities, sports and health care.
His filing led to the release of Kevin’s recent earnings records.
People said documents showed he made more than $19 million in 2022 and his family’s expenses, which included chefs and trips to the Caribbean, Hawaii and Aspen, cost $6,645,285. dollars.
Kevin’s net income would have been $7,595,520 after taxes.
The ‘Field of Dreams’ star 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.
Kevin accused Christine of spending $95,000 of his money on him “without notice” on lawyers and a forensic accountant during the proceedings.
The couple – who have a prenuptial agreement – reportedly agree on custody of the children, who Christine reportedly described as “joint”.
She is also not asking for child support.
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