Clint Eastwood Divorce: Denies Dina Spousal Support After Bethenny Frankel Appearance, Cheating Rumors
There are shocking new developments in the divorce of Clint Eastwood. A new report claims that the Hollywood legend is denying spousal support to his estranged wife, Dina. This latest announcement comes after Dina appeared on Bethenny Frankel’s talk show, where she addressed the cheating rumors head on.
TMZ, the world leader in gossip news, recently made headlines yet again. The site claims to have obtained official court documents that claim Clint Eastwood isn’t offering his wife any spousal support:
“Clint Eastwood thinks his soon-to-be ex-wife should fend for herself...because he's asking a judge to DENY her any spousal support. Clint filed legal docs in the divorce case triggered by Dina Eastwood. He's trying early on to shut down her request for support. We're pretty sure the reason Clint is drawing the line is because there's a prenup that lays out their rights pretty clearly. It seems there's a fight on another front...custody of their 16-year-old daughter Morgan. Dina has asked for full physical custody. Clint wants joint physical custody.”
This latest report comes after Dina’s recent appearance on Bethenny Frankel’s talk show. Considering the fact that Bethenny is going through her own high-profile breakup, it makes sense that the two ladies would bring up their marital woes:
“That is why I filed for divorce. I think maybe a part of me was holding out, like 'What are we doing here?' Then there have been some definite signs that we're not going to get back together so let's move on amicably is my opinion, but I think there is a mental chokehold on you when you don't have something in place that shows you are definitely apart."
Dina also took time to address all of the cheating rumors out there. According to Dina, neither she nor Clint could be guilty of cheating, considering that the two were separated for so long:
“I don't think you can call any infidelity or cheating or anything like that when we are already living separately, same house, but separately you're living estranged so I have no intention of ever saying that, no.”© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.