Kevin Costner, 68, and his estranged spouse Christine Baumgartner, 49, are reportedly having a battle over many issues throughout their divorce, together with small tangible objects from the $145 million Santa Barbara property they lived in collectively, based on courtroom paperwork obtained by the Daily Mail. The previous husband and spouse, who cut up after 19 years of marriage in Could, have apparently been disagreeing over who ought to get their canine’s mattress, kitchen utensils, and extra. They’ve additionally been battling over larger points, resembling Christine allegedly spending $100,000 of kid help cash from Kevin, who reportedly has a web value of $400 million, on cosmetic surgery.
Lawyer Jacqueline Misho has been representing Kevin within the divorce case and he or she apparently despatched an e mail earlier this month that warned Christine and her authorized staff by writing, “It isn’t a good suggestion to chew the hand that feeds.”
Along with the canine’s mattress and kitchen utensils, Christine has reportedly been making an attempt to take away a blue-and-white seashore umbrella, a juicer and an train bike from their dwelling. Kevin’s lawyer claimed that the actor has no drawback together with his former partner eradicating her toiletries, purses, clothes, jewellery and “some Christmas decorations,” however every other merchandise have to be particularly agreed in writing. HollywoodLife reached out to each Jacqueline and Kevin’s legal professionals for remark.
The newest courtroom paperwork come just some weeks after Kevin spoke out in regards to the divorce by means of his rep. “It’s with nice unhappiness that circumstances past his management have transpired which have resulted in Mr. Costner having to take part in a dissolution of marriage motion,” the spokesperson mentioned, based on DM. Christine, who shares three youngsters with Kevin, is the one who filed for divorce and cited “irreconcilable variations” because the trigger.
Earlier than the divorce submitting, Kevin opened up about how their marriage was going through the COVID pandemic, in a 2020 interview. “Our partnership has actually come into focus about what we do for one another and the way we cope with our household,” he advised PEOPLE on the time. “Our home is sort of a river: You’ve simply bought to get into the stream of it.”