Things are getting extremely heated between Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler as their divorce goes on.
On top of the ex-couple trying to figure out how they are going to figure out their custody battle, the biggest issue will be how much money will be changing hands, even with a prenup in place.
Cavallari allegedly believes that Cutler is hiding his NFL pension money, according to E! News.
“While the insider cannot explain her suspicions, they explain she’s weary of Jay’s supposed close ties to their financial team. “Jay and Kristin have shared the same business managers for years, but the managers are long-time friends of Jay’s which is proving problematic in the divorce, obviously,” the source shares. “Part of the problem is that Kristin believes Jay is trying to hide certain assets from her.”
This potential conflict of interest is hinted at in court documents Kristin’s legal team filed on Thursday. In the documents obtained by E! News, Kristin claims Jay was made aware of an email between her and their financial manager, despite not including him in the list of correspondents. She believes that it came into his possession in one of two ways: Their financial manager either “provided the email to Husband without Wife’s knowledge or consent,” or Jay “hacked into Wife’s password protected email account.”
Cutler’s documents that were filed earlier in the week requested that Cavallari’s allegations be struck from the record. His documents said that she included “immaterial, impertinent and scandalous matters that are alleged against Husband with no basis in fact or law.”
Cutler spent 12 seasons in the NFL, so under the new Collective Bargaining Agreement, he is reportedly eligible to receive $5,640 per month for every year of service in the league. However, players have to be 55-years-old to become eligible to receive their full benefits.