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.
I guess you could say that Kelly Clarkson has officially made a Breakaway from her former husband Brandon Blackstock. Listen, it’s a bad joke that barely works, but it was either that or a joke about how she’s Thankful that her marriage to Brandon is over. If I was truly desperate, I might say that she went over her divorce settlement Piece by Piece. There are really only so many Kelly Clarkson albums to work with here. And the point is, that Kelly Clarkson’s schedule is finally a little freer because she isn’t fighting Brandon Blackstock over divorce details anymore.
Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce from Brandon Blackstock way back in June 2020. Since then the exes have been locked in a messy battle over money and property. The main issue has been their ranch in Montana. Kelly, who lives in LA with their two kids, wants to sell it. But Brandon wants to stay there cuz he’s too poor to move… apart from the $195,000 per month Kelly pays him in spousal and child support (he actually asked for $436,000, so pour one out for this broke beggar). Earlier this week we learned that Kelly agreed to fork over 5% ownership of the ranch to Brandon. But, according to an Us Weekly source, that’s the last time Kelly’s settling on anything. She’s fully prepared to go to trial to
get keep what she deserves.
For about a year and a half, Kelly Clarkson has been doing everything in her power to get rid of her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock. Their divorce hasn’t yet been finalized, but a judge awarded her with the distinction of being able to say she’s legally single. And, she’s been trying to evict Brandon from the ranch they shared in Montana. But no matter how much she sang, “Breeeeaaaakaway from my ranch“, it wasn’t working, and Brandon stayed put. After a ton of fighting over their place in Montana, it looks like Kelly and Brandon have finally come to an agreement, even if it means Kelly has to fork over 5% ownership of the ranch.
Kelly Clarkson is a very rich woman. How rich, you might ask? Well, she’s at least $200,000 a month in spousal and child support rich, which I think we can all agree is enough to technically bump her from the celebrity standard pretty rich to the much more exclusive very rich. Kelly is so rich, she could buy any ranch in Montana, but! There’s one ranch Kelly wants, and it’s the one she already owns. The problem there is that it’s currently being occupied by her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock. And as Kelly recently learned, it doesn’t matter how rich a bitch is, sometimes the courts rule against you, and your ex-husband gets to keep squatting on your ranch.
Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband Brandon Blackstock is going to have a hard time finding a rental that will let him keep his new colts, Chapo and Cash. It’s hard enough to find a property that’ll even let you have a small dog! TMZ reports that Brandon is “pretty much just a squatter at this point” at Kelly’s Vintage Valley Ranch in Montana, which she bought and paid for and of which she was deemed “sole titleholder” by a judge. So Brandon has got to go! But I’m sure Kelly will make sure that Chapo and Cash have a safe place to land even if Brandon winds up on the streets of Nashville begging for spare change.