His ex might like to know our actor was cheating on her while the couple was married

This former B+ list mostly television actor from a now defunct, back in the day hit show is going through a divorce to someone much higher on the list. His ex might like to know our actor was cheating on her while the couple was married and siphoning money from the family bank accounts to pay for it.

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This former B+ list mostly television actor from a now defunct, back in the day hit show is going through a divorce to someone much higher on the list.

His ex might like to know our actor was cheating on her while the couple was married and siphoning money from the family bank accounts to pay for it.

Adrian Pasdar

Natalie Maines – Dixie Chicks

Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines’ Estranged Husband Requests More Than $60,000 in Monthly Support

Natalie Maines filed for divorce from her estranged husband, Adrian Pasdar, in 2017

Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines‘ estranged husband Adrian Pasdar is seeking more than $60,000 in monthly combined child and spousal support.

The former Heroes star, 53, asks for $16,427 in child support for their two sons — Jackson, 17, and Beckett, 14 — and $44,076 in spousal support per month, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE. In total, Pasdar is requesting $60,503 in monthly support from Maines, as well as $350,000 to pay for his attorney’s fees.

Pasdar also claims that Maines, 44, has a net worth of $50 million and makes about $2 million a year, which averages to $172,000 a month. Since she is going out on tour in 2019 to promote her solo music, he expects that she will “net millions of dollars of income from that endeavor.”

In contrast, Pasdar says he is a working actor who makes an average of $150,000 per year and that he racked up $200,000 in debt since their split in 2017 to support himself and their children. He also says he had to give up “countless employment opportunities” during their 17-year marriage so that he could stay local and parent the children while Maines continued her work as a musician. – Source