Kaley Cuoco’s Soon-To-Be Ex-Husband Wants Spousal Support From Her

October 20, 2015 / Posted by:

In the 21 months they were married, Kaley Cuoco brought in millions upon millions of dollars since she reportedly makes $1 million an episode for The Big Bang Theory, and Ryan Sweeting probably brought in nothing but a half dozen couch farts since he allegedly spent most of his time popping pills while watching TV. Ryan is a pro tennis player but he didn’t really make any money during their marriage because injuries supposedly kept him from the court. So it makes sense that he wants Kaley to drop a lump of money into his checking account every month. The Gold Diggers Union better start printing out Ryan’s membership card.

Kaley filed for divorce on September 25th. E! says that Ryan recently responded to her filing by filing legal documents where he asked for spousal support and of course, let it be known that he doesn’t want to pay her any spousal support. In the divorce papers Kaley filed last month, she said that all property and spousal support shit was worked out in the prenup, which they signed a month before they got married. The prenup also states that Kaley and Ryan must pay their own legal fees, but he’s asked the court to shit on that clause. He wants Kaley to pay his legal fees too.

Screw a spousal support check! Ryan should fight Kaley for half of her entire fortune! He’d probably get it, because all he’d have to do is go to court and show the judge the ugly tattoo of her name he got inked into his arm. If that isn’t a clear cut sign of pain, suffering and humiliation, I don’t know what is.

Pic: Wenn.com

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