According to sources, Kaley Cuoco is overprotective of her money and wants her ex-husband to get denied spousal support! Find out the latest details about Cook and Cuoco’s divorce!
Karl Cook and Kaley Cuoco met in 2016. They got engaged in 2017 after being together for over a year. The renowned pair decided to marry in 2018. Karl and Kaley frequently published details about their relationship on their personal social media profiles. As a result, many were shocked when they learned about their divorce. They also just celebrated three years of marriage in June of this year.
Did you know Kaley Cuoco starred with John Ritter and Katey Sagal in the family sitcom ‘8 Simple Rules’?
- Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook release a statement
- Does Kaley Cuoco want to deny her husband spousal support?
- Is Kaley Cuoco overprotective of her money?
KALEY CUOCO AND KARL COOK RELEASE A STATEMENT
At the beginning of September, Kaley Cuoco and Karl cook shared a joint statement in which they announced their divorce.
“Despite a deep love and respect for one another, we have realized that our current paths have taken us in opposite directions. We have both shared so much of our journey publicly”
They stated that, while they would want to keep this part of their personal lives private, they wanted to be open and honest.
They made this decision together out of a great deal of respect and consideration for each other. As a result, they requested that everyone do the same. The two would not be sharing any information or making any further statements.
Cuoco has been busy working on her next romantic comedy film, ‘Meet Cute’, which she co-wrote with Pete Davidson. She has recently begun filming for season two of ‘The Flight Attendant‘. A source close to Cuoco confirmed that she is fine, adding that the actress and Cook have not spent much time together recently.
DOES KALEY CUOCO WANT TO DENY HER HUSBAND SPOUSAL SUPPORT ?
Kaley Cuoco has asked the court to deny her ex-husband spousal support and her as well. The documents got filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on the same day that the couple announced their split. It mentions that the former couple divides their assets. However, the star of ‘The Flight Attendant’ has reportedly stated that she wants to save significant pieces of jewellery and other personal things. She has also requested that she be allowed to keep her earnings accumulations before marriage, during and after the date of separation.
Cuoco reportedly is believed to have an ironclad prenup in place. That is why she has requested the courts to hold them both pay for their own legal bills. In her filing, she also cites irreconcilable differences as the grounds for divorce and does not mention the date of separation. As for separate and community property assets, they should get divided according to their prenup.
IS KALEY CUOCO OVERPROTECTIVE OF HER MONEY ?
Cuoco revealed in August 2019 that she and Cook were not actively living together due to professional commitments. Last March, the couple finally moved in together. They spent the majority of the year together due to the pandemic too.
Did you know from 2014, Cuoco, along with Parsons and Galecki, got paid $1 million per episode?
Kaley Cuoco told Women’s Health magazine in 2018 how important it is for her to have her own money. She liked knowing she was financially secure because she had taken the initiative to do it. She also discussed how she encourages her friends that they should be living their lives for themselves. So everybody that comes into it — husband, boyfriend, girlfriend, however they roll is simply a bonus to what they are already producing.
‘The Big Bang Theory’ actor also stated that she did not require Karl for anything. She went on to say that if Karl left her tomorrow, she would be okay. And he is aware of this, and he would be good as well.
She was one of the highest-paid actresses on television when acting on ‘The Big Bang Theory’. She got paid $1 million every episode, which was the same as the other leads on the show.
Kaley Cuoco previously was married to Ryan Sweeting. They tied the knot in 2013 but three years later decided to end their marriage. Cuoco had to compensate Ryan Sweeting, who received $165,000, roughly $200,000 for personal trainers and slightly more than $50,000 for legal bills.
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