Kevin Costner’s Estranged Wife Allegedly Won’t Move Out Of Their House, Despite The Terms Of Their Prenup

June 14, 2023 / Posted by:

Gather ’round, everybody! Add Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner to the list of recent divorces devolving into a festering, messy soup of dysfunction (don’t worry, Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann, you’re still on top for now)! As we know, Christine’s filing was a complete surprise for Kevin since he says he didn’t even sleep around (this time) or impregnate anyone on the set of Yellowstone. But now that the ball’s rolling, TMZ says the couple’s prenup states that Christine is supposed to gather her things and move out. But even though Kevin has paid her plenty to do just that, it looks like she’s digging her heels in and won’t leave.

The prenup Kevin, 68, and Christine, 49, drafted back in 2004, reportedly states that if she filed for divorce, she would have to vacate all three homes Kevin owns within 30 days. But she filed for divorce on May 1 and has so far stayed put, much to Kevin and his shrinking wallet’s dismay. He’s already paid her over a mil and said he’s willing to pay more support for their three kids, but she still hasn’t budged. So, now he’s asking the court to help move things along. 

The docs say Kevin’s now asking for the court to get her out, and adds she shouldn’t be able to stay in the house … only using her position as leverage to make Kevin agree to her “various financial demands.”

Kevin claims he’s already given her a whopping $1.2 million per his obligations under the prenup — and says overall, the amount he’s shelled out has grown to around $1.45 million … money she now has available to lock down a new place.

The docs even say he’d be open to contributing as part of his child support obligations $30K per month for a rental house and is willing to advance another $10K for her moving costs.

Who would’ve thought that a marriage kicked off by rumors of Kevin sexually assaulting a masseuse on his and Christine’s Scottish honeymoon would whizz right past The Postman proportions of disaster and head straight for Waterworld-level catastrophe when it ended (besides all of us)?

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