But Jon Cryer’s ex-wife has accused the star of depriving their son Charlie in newly filed legal papers. And she claims the person who is being most affected by her lack of funds is their 13-year-old son. One of her allegations is that he cannot afford to go to the fancy summer camps his friends attend, and that while his friends go on ‘exotic vacations in the summer and winter like Europe and Thailand’ he is forced to stay at home. Allowance for the upbringing of the child addition she is unhappy that his cohorts thro ‘huge birthday parties at expensive places like Sky High Sports and they invite the entire grade.
Perhaps most disappointingly, he has to watch from the sidelines while his well-heeled Jewish friends enjoy Bar Mitzvah extravaganzas. She claims: ‘Last year there were multiple Bar Mitzvahs and Bat Mitzvahs all with custom invitations, a dress code and huge private receptions afterward. Her argument for the gigantic hike is that when she got child support in 2010, she only had custody 4per cent of the time, hence the low payout. But now she has custody 50per cent of the time, so feels she is due a proportional increase in her allowance. It is not the first time she has crossed swords with her 46-year-old former spouse over child finance. 8,000 per month, despite having close to full custody of their boy. Following their 2004 divorce, Cryer was granted more custody after a family court deemed Trigger ‘not a fit parent’.
Trigger was arrested in May 2009 in relation to suspicion of child abuse. At the time of the incident, police received a call from her new husband in relation to their two-year-old son, who had sustained injuries, reportedly on his neck. It’s time to man up, Harry! Georgia Walsh, 16, killed herself last year after accusing her stepfather Brett Connell of sex abuse. The comments below have been moderated in advance. We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Intimidated by the thought of taming your garden for summer?
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