About a week ago, Matt and Gina Kirschenheiter reached a divorce agreement in court, having only a few property divisions to work out.
At least, that’s what the world — and the court — thought.
Now, Matt is backtracking, claiming that he can’t pay Gina the court-ordered support because his assault on her cost him his job.
There was a time when Gine Kirschenheiter expressed pride in how amicable her divorce was going.
That time has passed. In June, Matt was arrested for allegedly assaulting Gina in her home and threatening her life. Scary stuff.
Their divorce continued, as the court determined custody and child support.
Gina and Matt share legal custody of Nicholas, 7, and Luca, 4, and daughter Sienna, 5, with Gina getting primary physical custody.
Matt was instructed to pay Gina $9,627 each month: $4,500 of which is for child support and $5,127 of which is spousal support for Gina.
That was all based upon Matt’s salary and commissions from last year, when he brought in $421,000.
Meanwhile, Gina only made about $30,000 during that same time period.
Now, Matt is arguing that he can’t afford to pay nearly $10,000 per month — and that Gina makes enough that he shouldn’t have to.
It looks like that $30,000 figure is no longer true, and that for Season 13 of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Gina made more than twice that.
Matt reports that Gina was paid $63,000 by RHOC production and then another $5,450 by NBCUniversal.
At the same time, Matt no longer has a job with which to keep Gina — or their children — fed, clothed, and housed.
He cites his “forced resignation” from work, which had already barred him from appearing on reality television alongside his now ex.
In a filing made on Tuesday, Matt says that his odl work “made it clear …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip