Kelly Clarkson’s Ex Brandon Blackstock Uses Spying to Attack Talk Show

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Kelly Clarkson is at odds with her ex-husband yet again, and this time he’s concerned about privacy while living on their Montana ranch. According to legal documents, Clarkson was told to shut down security cameras at Brandon Blackstock’s Montana ranch. The Blast. According to the filing, the property has 13 security cameras. Blackstock can live on the ranch with the former couple until June 2022, as part of the divorce agreement.

The documents don’t detail what Blackstock claimed happened to the security cameras but they were enough to bring Clarkson back in court and get them turned off. “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 total,”The order states. The outlet was told by a source that Blackstock would not leave the ranch because: “He has been living in it and said he doesn’t have the financial means to afford to purchase a residence of his own at this time, citing the unresolved financial aspect of their divorce.”

The agreement was signed by a judge at Los Angeles County Court. Clarkson’s attorneys must also show proof that the cameras were disabled and give details to Blackstock’s lawyers. According to The Blast sources, Blackstock only wants privacy, and he wants Clarkson unable to peek into his personal life. According to The Blast, they were also informed that cameras are directed at the exterior of the house and no cameras are inside. According to the new court order the parties will be subject “sanctions”Or fines.

They agreed that Blackstock could stay at the ranch until June after the couple divorced in March. He will need to pay approximately $12,000 per month and pay all his utility bills while he is there. The multi-millionaire was ordered to pay $115,000 a month in spousal support to her ex-husband until January 2024. Clarkson will also pay Clarkson an oblique, tax-free $1 326,161. Clarkson will continue to pay $45,601 per month in child support until the children turn eighteen years old or are self-sufficient. Blackstock will be the primary custodian of the children and will spend one weekend with them each month.

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