No Laughing Matter: Kevin Hart’s Ex-Wife Demands $90K A Month For Child Support!

- By Bossip Staff

Hope Kevin saved that Think Like A Man check…

Comedian Kevin Hart’s ex-wife, Torrei asked a judge to award her an outrageous $90,000 a month for child support of the former couple’s two children, is exclusively reporting:

According to a written ruling in the divorce settlement, Judge Hank Goldberg said, “The position that the court was compelled to make a guideline child support order of $90,000 a month in this case seems far fetched and unsupported by case or statutory authority.” The Hart’s are parents to two children, daughter, Heavenly, 6, and son, Hendricks, 4. The Harts were married for seven years, and the judge ordered Kevin Hart to pay $23k a month in child support.

The divorce was recently finalized and on Wednesday the judge sanctioned Torrei, causing her to become irate and combative. “At the conclusion of the hearing in which the judge ordered Torrei to pay Debra Opri’s legal fees for a filing motion Torrei was absolutely livid that she had been ordered to pay a portion of Kevin’s legal fees, and she lunged at Debra Opri, who was in the hallway at this point. Several sheriff’s deputies had to restrain Torrei and separated the two. Torrei said that Opri was a ‘b*tch,’ and Opri was shaken up after the incident. Torrei wasn’t arrested,” an eyewitness told exclusively.

First his ex snatches up his attorney’s weave and now she’s demanding racks on racks on racks, we can’t help but laugh at his pain.


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