Kevin Costners ex-wife Christine Baumgartner refuses to leave home

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Kevin Costner’s estranged wife Christine Baumgartner is reportedly refusing to leave their $145million Californian coastal residence, despite Costner’s legal steps requesting her exit.

The 68-year-old Yellowstone star said Baumgartner had 30 days to leave his house, but a group of property inspectors spotted her on the premises on Wednesday, reports The Daily Express US.

In financial preparation for the star’s upcoming film project Horizon, the inspectors are thought to be investigating potential mortgage values for parts of the property.

Baumgartner filed for divorce back on May 1, citing “irreconcilable differences”.

As agreed in the prenup, Hollywood star Costner has already given his wife $1.45m to find a new place to live, but believes her refusal to leave is in accordance with “various financial demands”.

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As it stands, a contribution of $30,000 per month for rent and child support for their two sons Cayden, 16, and Hayes, 14, and daughter Grace, 13, has been approved by Costner, stated in a legal document according to TMZ.

Costner already has three other children, Annie, 39, Lily, 36 and Joe, 35 with his first wife Cindy Silva.

An additional $10,000 towards Baumgartner’s moving costs has also been proposed by the star.

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But, seemingly desperate to get her out of the house, Costner admits he would be open to yet further financial arrangements.

However, these figures won’t weigh too heavily on Costner, as his books are balanced by his large real estate portfolio.

This includes his 160-acre ranch in Colorado that boasts two lakes and three separate homes, which can fetch up to $36,000 per night for those wishing to stay.

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