Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, owes her a considerable amount of cash resulting from a number of enterprise offers that he apparently oversaw. As her former supervisor, Brandon, 46, was ordered to pay Kelly, 41, a complete of $2,641,374, based on a brand new courtroom ruling obtained by PEOPLE.
“Below the Expertise Businesses Act (TAA), a supervisor, like all individual and not using a expertise company license, can not procure or try to acquire employment for artists,” the courtroom paperwork learn, per the outlet. Brandon’s authorized workforce reportedly filed to attraction the ruling. The lawsuit, which was initially filed by the American Idol alum, accused Brandon of taking cash from contracts that he acquired for her with The Voice, The Kelly Clarkson Present and extra.
Paperwork within the go well with revealed that Brandon was paid a fee for every of the roles that Kelly labored in. He reportedly was paid $1.9 million for securing her gig as a coach on The Voice, $450,000 for her collaboration with the model WayFair, and several other different quantities that totaled $2.6 million.
The previous spouses’ have been embroiled in a number of authorized disputes since they cut up in 2020. They have been married from 2013 to 2021, they usually share kids River Rose and Remington Alexander.
Among the many largest conflicts between Kelly and Brandon was over their shared Montana ranch. He argued to remain within the residence, and he was later granted permission to. Kelly finally was ordered to pay Brandon $115,000 per thirty days in spousal help till January 2024 along with paying him $1.3 million up entrance.
In March, the “Miss Unbiased” artist mirrored on how tough it’s been for her kids to regulate to their dad and mom’ divorce. Whereas showing on the “Angie Martinez IRL” podcast, Kelly revealed, I actually ask my children each night time once we’re snuggling, ‘Are you cheerful? And for those who’re not, what might make you happier?’ Generally, they’ll say — particularly the previous two years, a number of it, and it kills me — and I need them to be sincere, so I don’t ever say, ‘Oh God, don’t inform me that.’ However a number of instances it will be like, ‘, I’m simply actually unhappy. I want mommy and daddy have been in the identical home.’ They usually’re actually sincere about it. And I’m elevating that sort of particular person.”