Kelly Clarkson’s Ex-Husband Demands She Disable Cameras on Montana Ranch

Not over yet. Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock finalized their divorce earlier this year, but they’re still hammering out a few details.

via: Page Six

According to documents obtained by The Blast, the talk show host, 40, has been forced to turn off the 13 cameras set up throughout the property. The request doesn’t specify exactly why Blackstock wants them disabled.

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

The “Since You’ve Been Gone” singer will also have to send proof to Blackstock’s attorneys that she disabled the equipment and, “specify how that was accomplished.”

Sources for The Blast say the request is simply about privacy, as Clarkson currently has access to video and images of who comes and goes on the property. They added that the cameras are pointed at the exterior of the ranch and that none of them are on the inside of the property.

Clarkson kept the former couple’s Montana ranch in their settlement, though Blackstock, 45, is allowed to live there until June 1 and must cough up $12,500 a month for rent.

Perhaps he can take it out of his $115,000 per month spousal support from the singer, who will pay off her ex until January 2024.

Clarkson — currently based in Los Angeles — reportedly was granted primary custody of their two children — daughter River, 7, and son Remington, 5 — while Blackstock will have the kids one weekend a month.

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