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Meghan King and Jim Edmonds Face New Prenup Drama Amid Divorce
The RHOC alums are not seeing eye-to-eye as they work to finalize their divorce.
Meghan King Edmonds and Jim Edmonds are in the middle of new drama related to their split. Sources tell PEOPLE and E! News that The Real Housewives of Orange County alum and her ex-husband are not seeing eye-to-eye as they work to finalize their divorce.
The latest drama is related to their prenuptial agreement and terms related to the spousal support she'd get after their divorce.
"Jim's prenuptial agreement is valid, enforceable, and generous for a five-year marriage, and we fully expect it to be upheld," Jim's rep Steve Honig told E! News. "Despite any claims being made, both Meghan and her attorney at the time reviewed the agreement several weeks before the wedding and everyone involved agreed to the terms."
He added, "Meghan herself has publicly explained the agreement was done at her urging because she didn't want Jim's family to think she was trying to take his money."
His rep also told PEOPLE: "Jim is voluntarily paying Meghan more than three times the amount of child support required by court guidelines... He is letting her live in one of his homes in St. Louis and is paying the mortgage and all the bills for that house. He gives her money for a nanny and housekeeper. He pays for almost every single expense related to the children. And he pays half the rent on her Los Angeles beach house."
A rep for Meghan responded to the report in a statement to E! News: "I'm looking forward to putting this behind me amicably and I don't wish to discuss the private details of my divorce at this time."
This isn't the first time since their split last October that disagreements over finances have become public. Jim has four kids from previous relationships, and together Meghan and Jim have three kids, whom they share custody of.
Meghan addressed their prenup during the RHOC Season 10 reunion, saying at the time: "Way before we ever got engaged. I suggested him getting a prenup to protect his feelings about our marriage, about where my heart is coming from. And honestly, a big part of the reason, totally aside from the whole marriage thing, why I wanted it is to protect the children because I never wanted the children's mothers or the children to think that me as their stepmom or as this new person in their life that was going to take things from them."