Former Spice Girls star Melanie Brown has been ordered to pay her estranged husband £30,500 a month in emergency spousal support.
Following Belafonte's request for emergency spousal support (to which Brown staunchly replied that he should "get a job"), a judge recently filed a court-ordered mandate that backs his appeal, TMZ said Friday. The former Spice Girl also requested to terminate the court's ability in granting Belafonte spousal support in her filing. The court order also reportedly reveals that the singer is required to pay $140,000 (£106,935) for Stephen's legal fees.
The singer faced ex Stephen Belafonte, who she says tortured her with years of physical and mental abuse, in court in Los Angeles where it was revealed the pair both have outstanding tax debts after making "improvident" lifestyle choices.
Reports claim Mel has "just $1258" in one of her company's bank accounts due to her "extravagant lifestyle".
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A source told the Mirror: 'Mel is an global superstar, still working as a judge on America's Got Talent, but she only has a small amount of money in the bank, according to Companies House.
Mel's British account Moneyspider Productions, which was set up in 1997, holds the small amount of funds, as revealed by The Sunday People. People may be very surprised'.
Divorce between Mel B and Stephen Bellafonte: chapter 10.
As previously reported, Mel B. filed for divorce from Belafonte, 42, after more than a decade of marriage.
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