REAL housewife from Orange County Jim Edmonds said he paid almost all of the former King Meghan bills.
This follows the mother of three children reported oppose her prenuptial agreement and postpone their divorce.
The former Major League Baseball star also gave Meghan “money for caregivers and domestic helpers,” said Jim’s representative.
He also handles “almost every single cost related to children. “
Jim has also allowed Meghan to “live in one of her houses” in St. Louis, Missouri and “paid the mortgage and all bills for the house” along with “half of the rent on his Los Angeles beach house,” the representative shared.
Jim’s representative also shared: “Jim’s premarital agreement is valid, enforceable and generous, and we fully expect that to be enforced.
“Meghan and his lawyer reviewed the agreement several weeks before the marriage and agreed to the terms.
“Meghan himself openly explained the agreement was made at his insistence because he did not want Jim’s family to think he was trying to take the money.
In the midst of divorce, Meghan and Jim are both trying to continue their lives and see new person.
Meghan posted a photo with her new boyfriend Christian Schauf, writes: “I will only say this: I am happy and look forward to writing my next chapter.”
The 35-year-old told me People today: “Like any new relationship, we look forward to creating new experiences together and seeing where life takes us.”
He was before share photos from their Memorial Day Weekend together in Utah, caption one: “The MDW plan includes: becoming a mountain woman … brb.”
Meanwhile, JI take their children Aspen, 3, and twins Hayes and Hart, 1.
She also bring his new girlfriend Kortnie O’Connor for billiard time at his home in St. Louis.
Meghan and Jim filed for divorce last fall after five years of marriage after a fraud scandal.
Meghan also accused Jim of having an inappropriate relationship with the family’s young caregiver, but he and the caregiver denied this claim.
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