Kelly Clarkson’s Ex Brandon Blackstock Demanded the Superstar Turn off 13 Security Cameras at Montana Ranch

Superstar singer and Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson filed for divorce in 2020. She and her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, were married for seven years, but it wasn’t a happy relationship.

The Catch My Breath singer married her talent manager Brandon Blackstock in 2013 after going out with him for almost two years.

Clarkson first met the 43-year-old music manager in 2006 at a rehearsal for the Academy of Country Music Awards. According to Us Weekly, Clarkson was very excited about her wedding to Brandon.

“I’m too happy. He’s ruining my creativity. I’m writing all this happy s—t. It’s killing me, she told the outlet before exchanging vows with her then-love-of-life.

The couple welcomed their first child, daughter River in 2014. Two years later, the singer gave birth to her second child, son, Remington.

After having significant differences in their rollercoaster relationship, Clarkson finally filed for divorce in June 2020. One of their significant properties was a massive ranch in Montana – worth over $17 million.

While her ex-husband tried to present the ranch as being 50/50 between the couple – Kelly didn’t agree, nor did the court. She agreed to give her ex-husband 5.12% ownership over the Montana Ranch.

According to court documents obtained by USA TODAY, the judge ruled in favor of Ms. Clarkson. The documents stated:

“Brandon’s separate property ownership interest in the Warren Peak Ranch is 5.12%,”

“The parties agree that Brandon’s 5.12% ownership interest in the Warren Peak Ranch is $908,800.”

“The court, therefore, rejects (Blackstock’s) position that the Montana ranch and other Montana properties are marital property owned 50/50 by the parties.”

After many court hearings over Kelly’s properties, including her Montana Ranch, Kelly finally settled her divorce in March 2022.

The Blast reported on the final documents, stating that Kelly Clarkson would pay Brandon a substantial one-time payment of $1.3 Million. Along with that payment, she will also pay monthly child support of around $45,601 for her two children.

The court also ordered that Blackstock will receive “spousal support” of a whopping $115,000 per month until January 2024. And as for the Montana Ranch, her ex-husband will pay a monthly rent of $2000 while he gets his life together and finds a home for himself.

In May 2022, Brandon filed documents in court (again) and demanded that his ex-wife disable the security cameras on his current residence – Montana Ranch, where he has been staying.

“Blackstock has asked that the 13 security cameras located all around their Montana ranch – where he has been staying for years – be turned off, according to court documents seen by The Blast,” Daily Mail reported in May.

“That includes web cameras outside the property and any cameras on the horse or walking trails.”

However, the court didn’t issue any order for Kelly to turn off any inside cameras because maybe there were none.

The music executive had to exit her property in June as per the court orders, but due to some reason, he still asked for the inside cameras to be turned off.

According to The Blast, Brandon’s legal team suggested that the 45-year-old music producer wanted to maintain his privacy, that’s why he made this demand.

“Kelly Blackstock shall forthwith turn off all web-cams, trail cams, and any other security cameras at (the address) which are now approximately 13 in total,” the court order said.

Moreover, it was also demanded that Clarkson should provide proof in court that she had disabled the thirteen cameras and also explain the way it was done.

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Sources: Us WeeklyThe BlastUSA TODAY

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