Clint Eastwood’s divorce documents reveal refusal to pay spousal support

Tuesday, December 24, 2013    

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Clint Eastwood's divorce battle looks set to be a bitter one, after court documents have revealed the movie star doesn't want to pay spousal support to estranged wife Dina.

The Academy Award winner, thought to be worth more than £200 million, also indicated that he wants the 48-year-old to pay her own legal bills, Radar Online has found out.

After being married for 17 years, the former news anchor filed for divorce from the 83-year-old citing "irreconcilable differences" in October.

Rumours circulated that the couple — who have a 16-year-old daughter together — had been living apart at the time.

In the report by Eastwood, it is written that the pair separated in June 2012, over a year before the mother-of-one started court proceedings.

Back then, Dina listed the separation date as "to be determined", suggesting there could be a disagreement about the actor's earnings made during that time, according to the website.

The father-of-eight has already reportedly moved on and is said to be dating 42-year-old Erica Tomlinson-Fisher.

Appearing on the Bethenny Frankel show last week, Dina told the host that she is currently coping with the split day by day, and spoke openly about their daughter Morgan, and rumours of infidelity.

"When I was talking to one of your staff last night I had never heard myself say that but yeah, she asked what my plans were and I said, 'My plan is to not cry for three days at a time."'

— Daily Mail





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