Jeremy Renner’s Ex Says He’s Refusing To Pay His Kid’s Preschool Tuition

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Jeremy Renner's Pal Reveals Shocking Divorce Details

Jeremy Renner spent most of 2015 battling with his estranged wife, Sonni Pacheco. And it seems as though the battle continues, because Sonni is saying that Renner isn’t fulfilling the terms of their very long, drawn out custody/child support agreement…

There is SO MUCH DRAMA surrounding Sonni and Jeremy’s divorce and custody battle and while they FINALLY came to an agreement of joint custody of their daughter Ava, plus Jeremy paying Sonni $13,000 a month in child support, there are apparently still issues to be worked out. Now, Sonni says Renner isn’t fulfilling the terms of their agreement:

Jeremy Renner’s a deadbeat dad who refuses to pay for preschool and catch up on child support … or so claims his ex-wife. Sonni Pacheco says Jeremy time and again refuses to pay his half of the $1,600 monthly preschool tuition for their 3-year-old daughter, Ava. In new docs, obtained by TMZ, Sonni also says Renner’s fallen behind on child support to the tune of $48,367.

As we reported … Jeremy and Sonni struck a deal last year for Jeremy to pay $13k a month in child support as part of their divorce settlement — and he seems to think that should be more than enough dough.

Sonni’s docs include a text exchange where Jeremy says, “I’m not sure why you keep coming after more money here Sonni. I don’t have the cash to give you. I’m sorry you can’t figure out how to care for [Ava] with over 300k.”

She’s asking the court to make Renner pay for all of Ava’s schooling, and all of the back child support.

(Via TMZ)

I LIKE Jeremy Renner, but I’m guessing he’s probably in the wrong on this. It seems pretty standard that they would split preschool costs (or hey, maybe not send her to such a ridiculous preschool?) so I don’t know why he can’t just pay up and make the drama go away.

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Tuesday, July 26th, 2016 at 10:10am
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