Brandon Blackstock, Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband, reportedly asks for more after divorce

Kelly Clarkson is attempting to push ahead now that her separation is finished and settled, however there is somebody who won't let: her ex, Brandon Blackstock. He is by all accounts more keen on hauling her back to court any opportunity he can get, yet he could at long last be as far away from her as possible  

Subsequent to dawdling on moving out of her Montana farm, Us Weekly affirmed that the previous music supervisor has at last left her home.  

There was a court request commanding his exit by June 1, something he supposedly "needed to battle," however "was eventually discussed of it," as indicated by the news' source. 

Is there any good reason why Blackstock won't step back and let Clarkson carry on with her best life? All things considered, he doesn't generally tend to assume he got his reasonable part in the separation settlement and "is continuously requesting more and being a steady headache for her," the insider added.

How about we recollect that he's getting $115,000 in provision until January 2024, or more he gets $45,601 in youngster support for their two children, River, 8, and Remington, 6, despite the fact that Clarkson has essential guardianship.  

When the anchor person sells the Montana farm — which she's been kicking the bucket to accomplish for a very long time — he will get roughly $908,800 since the property is worth about $17,750,000.  

That is on the grounds that he battled for, and won, 5.12 percent of the land during their court fight.