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Kelly Clarkson’s $50M net worth slumps as she’s ordered to pay $200K PER MONTH spousal support to ex Brandon Blackstock


KELLY Clarkson has been ordered to pay estranged husband Brand Blackstock a massive $200,000 PER MONTH in spousal and child support. 

The singer’s nasty court war with her ex and former manager just got more tense as a judge ordered her to pay up a hefty sum that’s MUCH larger than fellow celebrity divorces. 

In legal documents first obtained by The Blast, the judge issued the order following arguments over issues related to the former couple’s property, children, and monthly income. 

The filing explains Kelly, 39, and Brandon’s finances in detail – including the star’s incredible earnings.

One of the revelations in the docs show that The Voice judge earns a staggering $1,583,617 per month in income – which is part of her reported $50 million net worth.

Starting on April 1st, 2021, Kelly is required to pay Brandon $150,000 per month in spousal support. The documents state that Kelly will also “pay child support to (Brandon) for the benefit of the minor children, River Rose Blackstock, born June 12, 2014, and Remington Alexander Blackstock, born April 12, 2016, in the amount of $45,601 per month.”

In total, Kelly is ordered to pay her ex-husband $195,601 a month in support.

The documents also reveal Brandon, who is the former stepson of country legend Reba McEntire, has decided to leave his career as a manager in the entertainment business and is deciding to pursue work as a rancher. 

Brandon “made a very deliberate choice to change his life and become a rancher full-time,” the documents state. His future career plans apparently include sponsoring rodeos and working the ranch.


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