Kevin Costner has filed court documents alleging that his estranged wife, Christine, had been planning their divorce long before their separation, Your Content has learned.
The documents claim that Christine made cash advances on credit cards issued to staff members without Kevin’s knowledge or consent. Furthermore, Kevin points to a car purchase made by Christine before their separation, suggesting it was a calculated move in anticipation of the split.
The filing also accuses Christine of taking Kevin’s property without permission. In response, Christine denied the allegations, stating that Kevin’s claims were meant to smear her in the media.
The couple, who had been married for 18 years, filed for divorce in May, with Christine listing April 11 as their date of separation. The breakup was characterized as circumstances beyond Kevin’s control. As the divorce proceedings continue, Christine has been ordered to vacate their Santa Barbara estate, valued at around $145 million, by July 31.
Concerned about the division of their belongings, Kevin has requested the court’s intervention to prevent Christine from taking his separate property. Both parties are set to appear in court on August 2 to address their prenuptial agreement, with Kevin seeking reimbursement for legal fees related to the case, according to People.