Despite being married for over 20 years, the divorce between Tisha Campbell-Martin and Duane Martin is getting messier and more contentious by the day. In the latest turn of developments, Campbell-Martin now wants spousal support and she claims she knows that her estranged ex has the money to pay for it due to his pricey clothing habit.
Former Martin star Tisha Campbell-Martin and fellow actor Duane Martin were married for 21 years before she filed for divorce earlier this year amid claims that her ex hubby was hiding money and more scandalous details. According to recent reports, Campbell-Martin claims that she has $1.5 million in assets, but due to her not having steady income at the moment, she is in need of spousal support from Martin.
In recently filed legal documents, Campbell-Martin states that she has concrete proof that Martin can afford to pay her spousal support because of the unlimited funds he forks over for his wardrobe. She says he has more than 500 shirts that cost $1,500 a piece, bringing the total amount to $750K. She says the proof of his exorbitant spending is in a video he made bragging about it.
Currently, Campbell-Martin says that her monthly expenses total around $33,000 and she pulls in around $7,000 a monthly, while Martin, she claims brings in about $62,000 a month, meaning that she is in need of spousal support since he clearly brings in more money these days. She goes on to reveal that $30,000 of her monthly expenses goes to the funding recording and performance costs for her singing career.
If you remember correctly, Martin was the first to request spousal support, when during the initial filing he requested it from Campbell-Martin stating that his financial situation is much worse than hers. The former couple is also facing allegations that they hid $50,000 in an ongoing bankruptcy case.
Honestly, we don’t know who or what to believe involving this messy spilt and even messier financial claims. However, it’s clear that only Tisha and Duane know the true nature of their current financial standings and neither appear to be willing to budge on what they think they deserve.