Coronavirus: A famous actor requests the reduction of his alimony: Femme Actuelle Le MAG


While some are concerned about their health, others are more concerned about the decline in their economic capital. Because the health crisis linked to Covid-19 is hitting all sectors without exception. And even if they are not on the front line facing the epidemic like carers in hospitals and nursing homes, they still suffer the consequences. This is the case of famous actor Jeremy Renner who, unlike his colleagues diagnosed with coronavirus, is deeply concerned that the shootings in which he was to participate in 2020 will be canceled one by one. For good reason, the financial repercussions for the one who plays Hawkeye in the saga Avengers could be substantial. So in a letter published on the site TMZ, the actor would have asked the judge so that the maintenance which he pays to his ex-wife is reduced by more than half.

Relations between Jeremy Renner and his ex-wife Sonny Pacheco are extremely tense

"Most of the productions will not be relaunched until the end of the year. the projects in which I had already planned to film this year are canceled or postponed," thus explains the actor in his request. The one who was revealed in the film Minesweepers by Kathryn Bigelow said she pays $ 30,000 a month to her daughter's mother, model Sonny Pacheco. He would like the alimony to be reassessed, considering that$ 11,000 would be more than enough for Ava's education, 7 years old. If Jeremy Renner disputes the amount of his pension, it is also because according to him, he would be squandered by his former wife in order to finance his lifestyle. "Sonny's voracious appetite for Jeremy's money is insatiable" said the actor's lawyer. It is an understatement to say that the relationship between Jeremy Renner and Sonny Pacheco has been strained since their divorce in 2014. In 2019, the model also accused him of having attempted to kill her.


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