Christine Baumgartner Says She’ll Move Out Of Kevin Costner’s House Once The Courts Confirm How Much Money She’ll Be Getting
Even though the happenings of Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner’s divorce have been Fresca compared to Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann’s Mountain Dew (though there’s still time for it to devolve further), they’ve still been consistently delivering the dysfunction. According to Kevin, Christine has been squatting in the mansion HE owns because she was supposed to vacate within 30 days of her May 1 divorce filing, as outlined in their prenup. He’s given her over $1 million to get out and find a bachelorette pad, but she hasn’t budged and requested almost $250k a month in child support to maintain the quality of life their three teenage kids are accustomed to. Kevin reportedly accused Christine of being a Princess of Thieves who is only staying put so she can leverage how much of their assets she’ll get to bag, and it seems that may be the case since Christine has allegedly laid down the condition that she’ll move out once the court confirms the exact dollar amount Kevin will have to pony up.
Kevin Federline Responded To The Theory That He’s Moving His And Britney Spears’ Sons To Hawaii To Extend Her Child Support Payments
Kevin Federline and the media have had kind of a methy relationship lately. Most recently, his lawyer ran to them to blab that Britney Spears hadn’t completed the paper trail for him to move their sons, Jayden and Preston, to Hawaii, and if she didn’t, they’d have to go to court. Although Britney (also via her attorney) stopped dancing for a minute to respond that she consents, her fans (or KFed’s haters) have been skeptical of his motives. He says the move is because his current wife, Victoria Prince, was offered a job there. However, Page Six says many on social media are speculating that the move is because Kevin wants to use Hawaii’s child support guidelines as a loophole that could extend Britney’s payments by a few years. But when a pap caught Kevin out the other day, he seemingly denied that accusation.
Meghan Markle’s Spotify podcast, Archetypes, consistently charted high and won several awards, even though I don’t know anyone in real life who tuned in, even ironically. But it seemed like a perfect fit for her since she could collect her flowers and do her women’s activism thing by taking on honorable causes like giving Paris Hilton a platform to clarify that her whole dumb baby-voiced bimbo schtick was just a decades-long ruse on us dumb-dumbs. However, Archewell Audio (consisting of Prince Harry and Meghan) and Spotify just announced that their $20 million partnership has ended. But reportedly, the Duke and Duchess haven’t produced enough content to receive the full payout.
I hope everyone has finally made their decision as to whether or not they’ll be paying for Netflix‘s password-sharing option because times up! After initially rolling out the plan to not have too many hands in the cookie jar, Netflix has finally begun the crackdown on password sharing here in the U.S. Personally; I think this is the dumbest idea ever because they can’t be losing that much money. And password sharing has become the new way of showing someone you care, which is a lost commodity in these days and times. But regardless of how I feel, Netflix is the streaming pimp who wants all their money upfront. And as long as you’re a premium subscriber, you can keep the party going with the same password. Just know it’ll cost you.
Almost a year after Johnny Depp’s messy defamation trial against Amber Heard ended with a jury mostly ruling in his favor, Johnny’s scored a record-breaking deal with Dior for $20 million. That’s money well spent because who doesn’t look at current-day Johnny Depp and say, “I want to smell how he looks!”
It’s the end of an era. The New York dollar slice is dead. Rest in peace, you dirt-cheap, greasy bastard. The New York Post reports that the last remaining $1 pizza joint, 2 Bros. Pizza, was forced to raise their prices to $1.50 to keep up with inflation. Decades from now, you’ll tell your great-great-grandkids, “I remember the days I could get a slice for a buck.” And, because pizza slices in 2083 will cost you at least ¥137 (or 8,100 NFTs) , the kids will assume you’ve gone mad and finally ship your old ass off to Shady Pines…