Kevin Costner’s divorce gets next-level meanness over pots and pans

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things keep getting worse Kevin Costner And Christine Baumgartner‘s divorce – and their latest feud is over household items.

in court documents obtained by us weekly On Friday, July 14, Baumgartner, 49, claimed that Costner, 68, worried she would “take too many pots.” However, Baumgartner denied the claims, calling her complaints “frivolous” and saying that she would “not vacate the house”.

Baumgartner also alleged that she “provided a written list” of items she planned to take when they moved out, including the former couple’s silver mirrors, dining chairs, silverware, pots, pans, Baumgartner Key e-bike, swivel chairs, queen bed included. , mattress, bed, rug, nightstand and kitchen table.

In an objection filed earlier Friday, Costner argued that his estranged wife’s request for a property list was “so vague” that he was unable to consent to the items being removed.

For example, the petitioner lists ‘plates and bowls/silverware’ without specifying which are plates, which are bowls and which are silverware. She lists ‘Christine’s family heirlooms and/or gifts given to her,’ but does not specify which items she believes were gifted to her (as opposed to both parties or children),” the documents state. It is written in

However, Baumgartner refuted her estranged husband’s position, saying that the removal of personal items, including his “peloton bike” and “family heirlooms”, would not “harm” him. In the documents she claims that Costner wants to “control the process of moving out” as she prepares to vacate her family home.

“With the exception of my clothing, jewelry, toiletries, and handbag, Kevin wants to make the final decision about whether I remove my personal items from the home or from my storage unit,” the documents state. “For example, under Kevin’s proposed order, I could not remove my mother’s childhood dresser without first meeting and talking to her, and then obtaining her approval.”

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Despite her claims, on Thursday, July 13, a judge ruled in Costner’s favor, that Baumgartner could only take “toiletries, clothing, handbags and jewelry” from the house. Meanwhile, Costner said that although he agreed with the decision, his estranged wife would be allowed to take additional items from their home once a written agreement was reached.

We It was confirmed in May that Baumgartner had filed for divorce from Costner, citing irreconcilable differences, and set April 11 as the date for their separation. The couple have children Cayden, 16, Hayes, 14, and Grace, 13. Following their split, Costner and Baumgartner have been estranged. engaged in a messy and ongoing legal battle over finances and child support for their three children.

The former model made headlines after making the allegation in June yellowstone The actor was trying to get her out of her family home. While the couple’s prenuptial agreement stated that if Baumgartner decided to end their marriage, she would have to vacate the premises one month after their split, Baumgartner claimed that she had the right to live with her children. There was no money. However, a judge ruled that he must do so by the end of July.

Baumgartner also requested $248,000 per month in child support from her estranged husband in order to continue raising the children in her current lifestyle. Alleged in court documents obtained by Costner We Last month he could not afford the specified amount as he would once “earn much less in 2023”. yellowstone comes to an end. A judge later ruled on Tuesday, July 11, that Costner would pay Baumgartner $129,755 per month in child support.