One of the highest-paid American actors in the 2017 list of Forbes, actor Jeremy Renner Asks Court To Reduce $30k Per Month Child Support As His Income Is Going Downwards Due To The Outbreak Of Pandemic Virus COVID-19
50-year-old actor Jeremy Renner asked authorities to reduce his $30k monthly child support
Renner revealed his upcoming projects and works had been postponed due to pandemic virus
Actor accuses wife Sonni Pacheco of using the child support money for her own needs
Asked the judge to let his managers have sole control over his daughter's fund
On 24th March 2020, American actor Jeremy Renner went to the court with documents asking a judge to show some mercy regarding his monthly child support.
As per TMZ, Renner said that his financial circumstances had changed dramatically over the past few weeks.
Academy Award-nominee, Renner alleged his ex-wife Sonny for using the child support money to support her luxurious lifestyle. He also added that he believes, Pacheco is not administering the $30k towards their daughter's expenses.
In the documents, Renner's attorney added:
"Sonny's voracious appetite for Jeremy's money has no end in sight."
He humbly requested the judges to let his business managers have the sole control over Ava's account and fund. Similarly, due to the financial crisis, he demanded the amount of support reduced.
Although Jenner didn't ask for a specific number in child support, he said:
"Ava's reasonable needs come to about $11k per month."
The Avengers star first met Sonny on the set of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol in Vancouver. The couple began dating shortly after that and welcomed their daughter Ava on 28th March 2013.
The duo wed on 13th January 2014, and 10 months later, on 30th December 2014, Sonny filed for divorce from Jeremy, citing irreconcilable differences.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Renner is estimated to own $50 million in his net worth as of early 2020. Back in 2018, he sold his 10,000 sq.ft 6-bedroom, 11-bathroom mansion for $25 million. Surprisingly, he had bought the property for $7 million back in 2007.