It’s been a rough battle between Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock, but it may be coming to an end today. Blackstock was given until June 1st to find a new place to live after Clarkson was found to be the sole owner of the ranch in Montana the couple shared, but it wasn’t all smooth sailing to reach today.
Blackstock recently hauled the ranch back into court, demanding that Clarkson turn off the ranch’s security cameras while he was still living there. The court agreed and ordered that all cameras on the property be turned off; sources say there wasn’t any specific event that caused Blackstock to make the request; he just wanted his privacy.
As part of their divorce settlement, Clarkson has to pay Blackstock 5.12% of the property value, or around $900k, along with a one-time, tax-free payment of $1,326,161 and $115k per month in spousal support. Clarkson has already moved on with her life, legally changing her last name from Blackstock to Brianne, but she’ll continue to use Clarkson professionally.
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