Robert Griffin III and his wife Rebecca attend the White House easter egg roll in Washington, DC.Picture by: Todd DC / DG8 / Splash News
Rebecca Liddicoat Says Robert Griffin III Still Owes Her Money
A judge has settled Robert Griffin III divorce with his ex-Rebecca Liddicoat, but the one time couple still aren’t out of the woods yet.
A Texas judge wrapped up Griffin and Liddicoat’s divorce late last month, but Liddicoat said Griffin isn’t abiding by the terms of the split, BOSSIP has learned.
Liddicoat filed court docs last week telling the judge that it was improper to OK their divorce deal because Griffin still owes her a ton of money. The judge based their divorce deal on a premarital agreement that the pair signed before they married in 2013, and Liddicoat said Griffin was supposed to pay her 50 percent of the fair market value of their Montgomery, Tx mansion – which the pair purchased last year for $2.2 million – but she said he still hasn’t coughed up one red cent.
The unemployed mom of one said as of June 9, Griffin still hadn’t paid, and she asked the judge to force him to pay the divorce debt.
It’s not the first time Liddicoat has complained that Griffin has tried to take the cheap route with her. In court papers, Liddicoat complained that Griffin cut off her credit cards, even though she needs $36,000 a month to maintain herself, their toddler daughter Reese, and two homes in Texas and Virginia.
The injured athlete had also tried to argue that the divorce should be handled out of court and through arbitration but recently dropped the issue.
College sweethearts Griffin and Liddicoat were married for three years, and have one daughter, Reese, together. Griffin filed for divorce last year, claiming that the marriage had been irretrievably broken, and there was no chance that they’d ever get back together.
Shortly after Griffin announced his separation, he began stepping out with student-athlete Grete Sadeiko, who is now set to give birth to their first child any day now.
The exes were supposed to head to trial this month, but instead filed docs on the shaky settlement deal.
We’ve reached out lawyers for Liddicoat and Griffin for comment.