Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock have already completed their divorce in March.
But the 45-year-old musician is still suing the talk show host, with whom he has two children, River Rose, 7, and Remington, six, six, over his current residence.
Guess: Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock have already completed their divorce in March. But the 45-year-old music director is still suing the host of the talk show about his current residence. Seen in 2018
This includes webcams outside the property and any cameras on horseback or hiking trails.
Clarkson’s court documents do not ask to deactivate any internal cameras, but this may be because they do not exist.
He does not have long to live in the property, because he has to leave the room in June.
But for some reason he wants these cameras turned off now.
Don’t look at me: Blackstock has asked that 13 security cameras located around their ranch in Montana – where he has stayed for years – be turned off, according to Friday’s report by The Blast
Don’t look at this, please: this includes webcams outside the dwelling and any cameras on horses or hiking trails
Not here: Clarkson’s court documents do not ask to turn off any internal cameras, but this may be because they do not exist
It was not clear in the court documents what was bothering Blackstock that the cameras were on, but his legal team suggested that he wanted to maintain his privacy, according to The Blast.
“Kelly Blackstock will immediately turn off all webcams, tracking cameras and any other security cameras at (address), of which there are now about 13,” the order said.
It also required attorneys for American Idol alumni to show the Blackstock legal team evidence that it turned off the cameras, and they want to explain how this was done.
At first they seemed so happy: the stars got married in 2013 in Smokey Mountains, Tennessee
Clarkson must do as requested because a Los Angeles District Court judge signed the agreement, the website also claims.
He does not live for free on the ranch. He has to pay $ 12,000 a month to live there and cover all utilities.
But Clarkson pays Blackstone well.
Defendant: He does not live on the ranch for free. He has to pay $ 12,000 a month to live there and pay for all utilities. Seen in 2013
Until January 2024, she gives him $ 115,000 a month in alimony for marriage and $ 45,000 a month in child support until the children turn 18, even though she has primary custody of the children.
Once a month they visit his father at his ranch in Montana.
And she was to give him a one-time, non-taxable payment of $ 1,326,161, the website said.
Cash Queen: But Clarkson pays Blackstone well. Until January 2024, she gives him $ 115,000 a month in alimony for marriage and $ 45,000 a month in child support until the children turn 18, even though she has primary custody of the children. Seen in 2019 with their children and children from other relationships
It comes two months after Clarkson completed a name change on Kelly Brian a few weeks after her divorce from Blackstock.
The leading chat show judge has given a new pseudonym California on Monday, March 28th.
UsWeekly on Tuesday received legal documents stating: “Without objection the petition to change the name was granted.
Free: Kelly Clarkson (seen in Los Angeles in March) completed a name change on Kelly Brian a few weeks after her divorce from Blackstock
“The decree has been signed and submitted. The applicant’s name has been changed from KELLY BRIANNE CLARKSON to KELLY BRIANNE. ‘
In February, it was revealed that she had applied for a legal change of her name to Kelly Brian, her name and patronymic.
But just a few days ago, she clarified that changing her name is just for her personal life, and in an interview she joked that it was “too late” to change her public name.
Talking to People (TV show!) she joked, “I don’t think I can change Clarkson at this point. I’m 20 years old! ‘
The news that she wants to change her name came after a stormy divorce from Blackstock.
“I just got divorced, so I had to give up my married name,” she told People (TV show!). “I just kept my middle name for privacy. I’m still Kelly Clarkson.
Kelly made a clarification at the premiere of the red carpet American Song Contest, a reality show she co-hosts with Snoop Dogg for NBC.
In late February, she said she had a “desire” to switch to Kelly Brian because, according to many reports, her “new name more fully reflects” who she is.
This came after the singer filed for divorce from her ex-husband Brendan Blackstock in June 2020, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
However, she did not legally take her ex-husband’s last name. “Clarkson” is her own name.
Then: it turned out that she had applied to legally change her famous last name to Kelly Brian, her first name and middle name