Kevin Costner Seeks to Kick Estranged Wife Out of His Home, Claims She Violates Prenup Terms

In court documents, the ‘Yellowstone’ actor asks the court to get his second wife Christine Baumgartner out of his house, as she hasn’t left more than 30 days after she filed for divorce in early May.

AceShowbizKevin Costner isn’t going to cut his estranged wife some slack after more than two decades together. The actor seeks to kick Christine Baumgartner out his house, claiming she’s violating the terms of their prenup by refusing to leave their home.

In court documents obtained by TMZ, Kevin says according to their prenup, Christine had 30 days to vacate the home he owns and they used to share when she filed for divorce on May 31. However, after more than 30 days, she still hasn’t moved out of the house.

The “Yellowstone” star is now asking for the court to get her out, claiming that he has given her over $1 million to find a new place. He goes on accusing Christine of using her position as leverage to make him agree to her “various financial demands.”

The 68-year-old actor claims he’s already given his ex a whopping $1.2 million per his obligations under the prenup and the amount he’s shelled out has grown to around $1.45 million, which he claims is more than enough for her to find somewhere else to live. He’s also willing to contribute as part of his child support obligations $30K per month for a rental house and is willing to advance another $10K for her moving costs.

As reported before, Kevin was allegedly blindsided by Christine’s decision to file for divorce. “Kevin was very surprised by Christine’s actions, he obviously doesn’t want the divorce and he would take her back,” a longtime friend of the actor told Page Six. “It’s disappointing, he loves her and he loves his children.”

As he was accused of infidelity following her divorce filing, Kevin’s rep shut down any allegations that he was unfaithful to his wife during their marriage. “Any suggestion of infidelity on the part of Mr. Costner is absolutely not true,” the rep told Yahoo in a statement last month.

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