According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Clarkson, 40, was forced to turn off the 13 cameras throughout the ranch. The documents didn’t clarify why Blackstock requested them be disabled.
“Kelly Blackstock shall forthwith turn off all web-cams, trail cams, and any other security cameras at (the address) which are now approximately 13 in totale,” the documents read.
The documents claim that Clarkson, who legally changed her name to Kelly Brianne in March will have to provide proof to Blackstock’s attorney that the cameras have been disabled. The documents specifically reads, “specify how that was accomplished.”
The outlet reported that the request for camera removal comes primarily for privacy reasons, come la “Since You’ve Been Gone” singer has access to videos and pictures of who enters the property.
Clarkson was awarded the Montana ranch in their divorce settlement, but Blackstock has been allowed to live there through June 1 and pay $ 12,500 per month in rent.
Secondo i documenti del tribunale, Clarkson agreed to pay Blackstock spousal support totaling $ 115,000 per month until Jan. 31, 2024, but those payments would end should Blackstock remarry before that date or if either party dies prior to it.
The talk show host will also have to pay her ex $ 45,601 per month in child support. Both the spousal and child support payments were to begin on Feb. 1, 2022.
The singer primarily lives in Los Angeles and the couple share two children: figlia, fiume, 7 e figlio, Remington, 5. Clarkson was reportedly awarded primary custody and Blackstock is able to have his children one weekend every month.
The talk show host ha chiesto il divorzio nel mese di giugno 2020, citando “differenze inconciliabili” after roughly seven years of marriage.
Clarkson and Blackstock wed on Oct. 20, 2013, after meeting him at a rehearsal for the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2006, Persone segnalato. The star was on hand to sing a duet of “What Hurts the Most” with Rascal Flatts. Blackstock was the group’s tour manager at the time.
Fox News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.