Mary J. Blige is in the midst of some pretty horrible drama.
The Real Love songstress filed the papers for her divorce from Martin "Kendu" Isaacs back in July, but it's since been revealed the music manager has demanded a massive amount of money in temporary spousal support.
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While Blige has filed to deny her former husband any money while they work out their divorce, Martin is asking for $129,319 EVERY thirty days. The singer's ex-manager believes it's a fair sum in light of the lavish lifestyle he's grown accustomed to over the course of their 12-year marriage.
In addition, Isaacs argues he's out of work now that he's no longer working for Ms. Blige.
As for the celeb's finances, she's about to make bank considering she's currently on tour with an upcoming album. In the past two years Mary has made about $1.5-$5 million dollars in revenue.
It will be quite interesting to see how this case plays out in court, especially since the two have a prenup. We wonder if a judge will believe Martin's claim that the prenup is void since it allegedly wasn't signed with his lawyer present.
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According to TMZ, the development is especially concerning since the entertainer requested Martin not receive any cash back in June. Issacs' September 14 filing leads us to believe this disagreement will play out in a contentious court battle.
In addition to the spousal support request, the ex also wants Blige to pay his attorney fees.
Obviously, M.J.B. $45 million dollar fortune far outweighs Martin's net worth. Considering the two were married for twelve years, California law could award the ex-manager an unlimited duration of spousal support. This rule doesn't apply to marriages of ten years or less.
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