Rich and famous person Jeremy Renner claims to be feeling the pinch like the rest of the world who now have volatile existences marred by unsureness of whether or not they’ll have somewhere to work or live in the next four months. So Jeremy would like some financial assistance. He’s not asking for money, but he is asking to pay less of it. Namely to his ex Sonni Pacheco, who is getting child support for their 6-year-old daughter Ava.
California may be on lockdown but that don’t mean Jeremy Renner can’t file legal documents regarding his child support. TMZ says that he filed papers on Monday in Los Angeles asking for some edits to the payments he makes to ex-wife Sonni. The two have been having a messy custody fight with both of them trying to get sole custody of daughter Ava. Sonni has even accused Jeremy of some coked-out bad behavior including shooting a gun with their child nearby and threatening to kill her.
Jeremy says he isn’t made of money like he used to be. Jeremy knew 2020 wouldn’t make it rain on him like in the past since he’s not in Avengers anymore, and now because of coronavirus, he won’t be working for a while.
“It is likely that most productions will not resume again prior to the end of the year. As such, the projects that I had previously lined up to film this year are likely cancelled or postponed.”
Jeremy currently pays Sonni around $30,000 a month and he claims she wastes it on bullshit instead of on the “housing, food, transportation and clothing” of their daughter. Jeremy says she’s using the money as a “slush fund” to fund her fancy lifestyle.
“Sonni’s voracious appetite for Jeremy’s money has no end in sight.”
Jeremy wants his business managers to have sole control over Ava’s account so he and Sonni are both left out of it. Oh yeah, I’m sure his business managers will be strictly unbiased… He also wants the child support amount reduced. Jeremy believes that $11,000 a month is enough to cover Ava’s “reasonable needs.”
Looks like coronavirus has a surprise silver-lining for rich ass parents hoping to catch a break on spousal support. Owen Wilson is about to send his lawyers a note about the kid he pays for and never met.