Trevor Ariza is now in a bitter divorce with his estranged ex-wife that has seen both of them take out restraining orders on the other party.
In the restraining order petition that Bree Anderson filed against the former Lakers and NBA star, she explains that her husband engaged in acts of extreme physical and verbal abuse towards her, even in front of their kids. She added that in 2020, her husband choked her till she was left unconscious during an argument.
Ariza returned fire by filing a temporary restraining order against his estranged ex-wife after claiming she ripped the hair out of his head. He also claims in 2020 that he was attacked by his ex-wife in a fit of rage over his new girlfriend calling him.
That has now brought us here where Bree is now explaining why she needs child and spousal support. Bree revealed in court documents that she has no sources of income while Trevor has an average income of $200k per month, RadarOnline.com reported. Bree told the court she hasn’t had a job since 2008 when she worked as an office assistant.
The 39-year-old says she relied on Trevor to pay all the bills. Also, she stated her monthly expenses are listed as $55k.
They are as followed:
$18K on a mortgage.
$2,500 on healthcare
$3k on childcare costs
$5k on groceries
$4k on eating out
$3,500 on clothes
$5k on entertainment
$5k on her household staff
Trevor objected to her requests for spousal and child support. He asked the court to award him joint physical custody and cut Bree off from spousal support, according to RadarOnline.com.
In court documents, he said he was bringing an average of $192k per month last year. He added that his last job was with the Lakers, while his final check from the team came in December 2022.
“After an 18-year career in the NBA, I am no longer employed as a professional basketball player. The last team I played for was the Los Angeles Lakers for the 2021-2022 NBA season. I no longer earn any wages or endorsement income,” Trevor wrote.
The NBA veteran listed $438,278 in cash and checking/savings accounts, $1.9 million in stocks and bonds, and $6 million in real and personal property, which includes his cars and his NBA 401k.
Trevor pays $13k per month in child support for children from other relationships.
His total monthly expenses comes to $109k .WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.