Kevin Costner has requested his spouse Christine Baumgartner to depart their California house by mid-July
The Oscar-winning actor and his authorized staff say in court docket paperwork that Baumgartner “grasps at straws with one baseless argument after one other,” to lengthen her keep at his residence.
The doc filed on June 30 continues, “respectfully requests that Christine be ordered to vacate his separate property residence forthwith and no later than July 13, 2023.”
Regardless of a clause in her prenuptial settlement that Costner claims requires her to depart inside 30 days, Baumgartner has remained within the Santa Barbara compound, which is estimated to be value $145 million, since submitting for divorce on Might 1. The deadline for her to vacate the property has now handed.
These newest paperwork from Costner are in response to his estranged spouse’s June 28 submitting, through which she acknowledged that his claims that she won’t vacate the house are “merely not true,” and that she’s going to transfer out by August 31 if a baby help settlement is reached.
The couple shares three kids – Cayden, 16, Hayes, 14, and Grace, 13 – who had been raised within the Santa Barbara compound.
Baumgartner has requested $248,000 monthly in baby help to arrange a “appropriate separate family” for the kids, a quantity that Costner has rejected as “inflated.” Costner had bought the property in 1988 earlier than he wed Baumgartner.
Baumgartner, 49, filed for divorce after 18 years of marriage with the Yellowstone actor, 68, on April 11 citing “irreconcilable variations”.
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