Xzibit is now facing more complications after his divorce from Krista joiner. Joiner filed a lawsuit for life-long support less than a year ago after the divorce proceedings started. Joiner claims that the rapper had previously agreed to financially support her throughout her entire life. The Blast. It is not clear when the legal documents were filed.
The lawsuit is founded on an alleged “oral agreement”Between Xzibit & Joiner, who dubbed it a “contract”The legal filings. The agreement states that Joinier would receive financial support if she was a homemaker, and she would cover her financial expenses if she looked for job opportunities. The filing states that “during the time the parties maintained their relationship, (Xzibit) would combine his skills, efforts, labor and earnings and would share equally with her and all property acquired and accumulated by him or by and through any entity in which he had an interest, or which increased in value or was entitled thereafter to acquire or accumulate.”Joiner argued that she has the right to lifelong support from Xzibit because the agreement was meant to continue in the event of a divorce.
“In the event the parties’ relationship ended, all of the property acquired, or entities or businesses established, or which property or entities/businesses increased in value, during their relationship as a result of [Xzibit’s] skills, efforts, labor, and earnings, regardless of how the title was formally held, would be divided equally between them,”This is the lawsuit.
Joiner filed the motion eight months ago, in February 2021. Further details regarding the divorce, including the reason for the filing and the child support and custody arrangements were not revealed at the time. The couple initially married on Nov. 29, 2014 and welcomed two sons – Xavier, who tragically died in 2008 days after his premature birth, and Gatlyn, who was born in June 2010.
The divorce proceedings have become increasingly complicated in the months following the filing of the divorce papers. Joiner had sought spousal support. Xzibit filed legal papers in July claiming that he was entitled to it. “struggling to make ends meet at the same time trying to uphold being a public figure, pay my own expenses and provide for my son,” TMZ reported. However, this was later in the month. Judge ordered that the rapper be removedJoiner to pay $2,239 per month in child support to Gatlyn, their 10-year-old boy, for the next eight year. An additional $3,702 per month in temporary support was also due. Joiner was also ordered to pay him $50,000 for the services of a forensic accountant, who audited their finances. $125,000 was to be used for her legal bills.
Joiner claims that her ex-husband hides his assets and is not making enough. She previously claimed that Xzibit makes $1 million per month from his deals in the weed industry and keeps this money in numerous locations with huge vaults. Joiner filed a new lawsuit seeking an undisclosed amount. She asked for a judge’s determination of how much she owes.