It's Paul Olarewaju's Blog Again!!!: Mary J. Blige's Ex-husband Wants $110,000 Per MONTH In Spousal Support And $10,000 For His Parents


Thursday, 23 March 2017

Mary J. Blige's Ex-husband Wants $110,000 Per MONTH In Spousal Support And $10,000 For His Parents

Mary J. Blige's Ex-husband, Martin ‘Kendu’ Isaacs is demanding $110,000 per month in spousal support from estranged wife Mary J. Blige.

The 49-year-old believes he should be able to continue the ‘lavish’ lifestyle he enjoyed before Mary filed for divorce. He’s asking Mary to cough up cash for meals, a housekeeper, and a $1,000 allowance for new clothes.

He also wants Mary to surrender an additional $10,000 per month to help take care of
his parents and kids from his previous relationship.

In October Isaacs made a similar request for $130,000 in monthly spousal support.
But in the latest paperwork, filed to the Los Angeles Superior Court last week and seen exclusively by, Isaacs seems to have dropped $20,000 of expenses, cutting requests for help paying $8,000 for a private chef and $3,200 for a personal trainer, as well as other reductions.

In total he’s asking for $110,000 a month in spousal support, a $95,000 contribution to his attorney’s fees and a $52,000 contribution to his forensic accounting fees.
The filing states: ‘Mr. Isaacs was Ms Blige’s personal manager for more than one decade and throughout the entire marriage. Mr. Isaacs has negotiated practically every deal on behalf of Ms. Blige, and based upon Ms Blige’s income over the years, their relationship has been financially lucrative. During the marriage, Mr. Isaacs was compensated 10% of all gross income received by Ms Blige.’

The filing states that Isaacs made $46,205 a month when he was employed by his wife, primarily due to the $415,000 in commissions that he was paid in the latter part of 2016.

He added his bank and checking account was overdrawn, with a balance of -$13,104.

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