Jesse Williams Was Ordered To Pay His Estranged Wife $160,000 In Support

September 27, 2017 / Posted by:

It’s been awhile since we’ve heard about Jesse Williams and his horrid divorce from Aryn Drake-Lee (almost 3 whole weeks!). Last time we checked in with the social justice warrior who couldn’t keep it in his pants and his angrier than a cat in a hot tub estranged wife, things had quieted down considerably. The judge told the couple to stop pimping the kids on Instagram (ahem, Jesse),  to not bring any romantic partners around (ahem, ahem, Jesse), and to not shit talk in front of the kids (ahem, both ya’ll). The two also agreed to 50/50 joint custody. Both parties must have played nice because now they have agreed on a financial settlement as well.

According to TMZ:

Jesse’s estranged wife, Aryn Drake-Lee, just filed legal docs which disclose a temporary settlement, in which Jesse agrees to give her $100k for spousal and child support and $60k to cover her lawyer’s fees and other costs.

He has to pay her in 3 installments from his first 3 “Grey’s Anatomy” paychecks.

TMZ calls it a “huge”settlement, but is it really? It kind of seems like peanuts given what these two have put us through. I mean put each other through. Plus, Jesse gets to pay Aryn off in an installment plan? That doesn’t seem fair, especially considering the way Shonda Rhimes plays. Jesse’s character could easily take a header down an elevator shaft or get blown up in a freak hospital sex accident. And then where would Aryn be? He should have offered to sell his BET Humanitarian of The Year Award or his Young Hollywood Award on eBay so he could break her off some immediately. She’s earned that much.

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