The actor Kevin Costner, 68 years old and who separated from Christine Baumbgartner about a month ago due to irreconcilable differences after 18 years of marriage and three children in common, she no longer knows what to do to throw her ex out of the mansion they shared.
According to the TMZ portal, Christine had to leave, according to her prenuptial agreement, her home 30 days after they filed the divorce petition,
The above caused Costner to seek the support of the courts, since he believes that his ex wants to take advantage of the situation to put pressure on him and that he ends up giving in to his economic demands. He's already given her about $1,200,000 so she can rebuild her life, but it seems she'd want more and more money.
On top of that , the famous actor would also be willing, in exchange for her moving home, to give $30,000 dollars a month so that she and her children can live in a rented house, in addition to another $10,000 dollars to help her with her moving expenses.
Kevin Costner owns three mansions, which he will continue to own,
What is the mansion that Kevin Costner's ex refuses to leave from?
According to the British newspaper Daily Mail, which was the outlet that broke the news, the property is located on a 17-acre lot, of which 10 are facing the sea, in the Carpinteria area, in California .
“The house is perched on a cliff and has unbeatable views of the sea. Costner originally designed a dream home with a pool and guest house but, due to family commitments and time spent at his Aspen home, he never got around to remodeling the site,” reported the Daily Mail.
On the lot is a ranch-style house with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the main attraction being the size of the lot and its amenities.
“The resort boasts 500 feet of private, cliff-fringed beach, and Costner has built an apparent recreation home on the property that is surrounded by outdoor furniture and umbrellas. The original parcel of land came with a polo practice field that Costner converted into a baseball field,” read another excerpt from the article.