Kelly Clarkson To Pay Ex $200,000 per month in temporary spousal support

 

American Idol singer Kelly Clarkson will pay her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock almost $200,000 per month as spousal support. The documents were finalized in April. The documents obtained by The Blast show that Brandon will get $150,000 as spousal support and $45,601 for child support for their two kids. Brandon had asked for $436,000 per month so the judge has partially ruled in her favor. However, she has to make a one-time payment of $1.25 million to cover his attorney’s fees.

 

Once the divorce is settled, her ex will get only two additional years of spousal support. However, things may go awry for Kelly if the judge rules that their prenup is valid. If so, then all these current numbers will make no sense and whatever is in the prenup will come to force.

 

A while ago, Kelly got physical custody of their two children — daughter River Rose born on June 12, 2014, and son Remington Alexander born on April 12, 2016. Although she has them most of the time, she still has to pay child support.

 

The 39-year-old singer is reportedly worth 45 million. The legal documents issued by a Los Angeles County Court Judge obtained by The Blast show that “The Voice” judge earns $1, 583,617 per month.

 

In her filing the Strong singer said that both she and Brandon deserved “the opportunity to build a new life.” In 2020, The Blast had reported that “The Kelly Clarkson Show” host had filed for divorce and the proceedings have been acrimonious.

 

Her ex-Brandon Blackstock was also her manager. The documents also reported that Brandon had made a choice to leave his entertainment career behind and become a full-term rancher. His attorneys said that he spent very little time in the entertainment industry representing his remaining client “Blake Shelton.”

 

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