Ryan Sweeting has asked for spousal support from Kaley Cuoco following their divorce despite having signed a prenup with the actress.
It was a short brief end to what was once described as the eighth wonder of the world. Kaley Cuoco filed for divorce on September 3rd this year justshy of two years being married to professional tennis player Ryan Sweeting.
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Kaley said that their wedding had been the most badass and impulsive thing she ever incurred. She was excited, happy and just a vision of glee when she married Ryan Sweeting.
Now, almost two years later, she filed for divorce. The sources and reps of both the celebrities are saying that the decision had been mutual.
Both of them reached the decision to get divorced. They couple had asked for privacy through this time. However there seems to be some conflict in the privacy seeking couple.
Reportedly, there was a prenuptial agreement that both of them signed. They had agreed that spousal support was payable and terminable as set forth from the couple's prenuptial agreement, which they signed on Nov. 20, 2013.
Furthermore, the couple would mutually pay the lawyers. Kaley had not made a claim in her case file to claim spousal support from her estranged husband.
Sweeting however has some other idea in his mind. He filed the documents in court on Oct. 15 in Los Angeles Superior Court. E! News obtained the court documents.
There were some notable points found in the legal document. Like Cuoco's original filing on Sept 25, Ryan cites ever-so-popular "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split.
Sweeting states Sept. 25 as the date of separation, as opposed to Sept. 3, which was what Cuoco stated in her filing. The documents show that the actress' ex is asking for spousal support. He is also requesting to terminate the court's ability to award support to Kaley.
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The reason might stand that Kaley earned close to $45 million in the last year where Ryan only earned a worth of $2 million. He might be trying to get some dibs on her large bank balance.