Kelly Clarkson’s Ex-Husband Has Finally Moved Out Of Her Montana Cattle Ranch And Bought A Place Of His Own
I don’t know if Kelly Clarkson has a favorite pair of cowboy boots, but if she does I hope they’re steel-toed and were covered in shit when she aimed them squarely at her ex-husband‘s ass and finally kicked that low-life deadbeat off her ranch. Us Weekly reports that Brandon Blackstock has finally moved out of the Montana cattle ranch he and Kelly once shared, but that she bought and paid for, and has moved into a $1.8 million house of his own that Kelly probably also bought and paid for. After months of making outrageous requests for child and spousal support and squatting on her property, Kelly and Brandon’s divorce was finally settled in March with Kelly agreeing to pay Brandon a lump sum of $1.3 million. Sadly, Brandon reportedly had to sell his dog to cover the additional $500K. This is probably why he had the vet tattoo Kelly’s signature on his belly, poor pup.
Us Weekly notes that $1.8 million was just the list price, so we don’t know what Brandon actually paid for the house which boasts 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 40 acres, and a barn for the mule he was promised in the divorce settlement. In addition to 10 months at $45,601 in child support for their two kids, River Rose, 7, and Remington Alexander, 5, Brandon was also awarded $115,000 in monthly spousal support through January 2024 and custody of all the cattle, livestock, stock dogs, and horses on the ranch.
Moving out and moving on. Kelly Clarkson‘s ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, has purchased a $1.8 million home amid the former couple’s contentious divorce.
According to a deed transfer obtained exclusively by Us Weekly, the music manager, 45, purchased the home in Butte, Montana, on April 18, a little more than one month after their divorce was finalized. While the listing price was $1.8 million, it’s unclear how much Blackstock purchased the house for. Blackstock also renamed his cattle ranching business, which was previously known as Vintage Valley Ranch, to V Bar V Cattle Co. days after the divorce was finalized, as part of his plans to retire from the entertainment industry and become a full-time rancher.
Good thing his new spot features “3 wells, 60×40 dual heated shop, barn w/loft and tack room, greenhouse, & 3 car garage.” Good, I’d hate to see him try to house a herd of cattle in a sad divorced dad’s 2-bedroom apartment. Horses are smart, but they wouldn’t even know how to get into a hastily assembled Ikea bunk bed, much less sleep in one. But now it sounds like he’s got room to grow his ranch business and not a moment too soon. Brandon only has a year and a half to figure out how to turn a profit before his spousal support runs out. Since he’s new to ranching, I would suggest he lean on his previous skill set to get the job done. Brandon should pick the prettiest, most talented cow on his ranch and offer to manage her career. You know what they say, why sell the cow when you can suckle at its teet for free.
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