Shannon Beador’s ex-husband David’s estranged wife, Lesley Beador, is demanding a monthly 5-figure sum in support, including spousal and child support, as well as payment for her legal bills. Lesley has also requested a temporary restraining order against David and random drug tests, citing concerns about his behavior. She wants David to turn on her credit cards and provide financial support for moving expenses.
Lesley Beador, the estranged wife of Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador’s ex-husband David, has requested $10k per month in spousal support, $22k per month in child support, $25k for her legal bills, and an extension on moving out of David’s mansion, along with accusing him of erratic and threatening behavior, cutting off her credit cards and joint bank accounts, and staying at a luxury hotel.
Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador’s ex-husband David’s estranged wife, Lesley Beador, has made a legal demand for a significant monthly sum of money in support. She also seeks additional time before being required to vacate David’s mansion, according to court documents. Lesley has asked the court to award her $10,000 per month in spousal support, along with $22,000 per month in child support for their 2 and a half-year-old daughter, Anna. In addition, she has requested $25,000 from David to cover her legal expenses, noting that she is struggling to afford her own lawyer.
David filed for divorce from Lesley on May 30, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. Lesley subsequently requested a temporary restraining order against David, accusing him of physical altercation with her mother. She expressed concerns about David’s recent behavior and requested that he undergo random drug tests. Lesley stated that during their exchanges at the Laguna Beach Police Department, David appeared erratic, volatile, angry, hostile, and uncooperative.
Although they reached an agreement for Lesley to move out of their Laguna Beach home by the end of June in exchange for $40,000 to find a new place, Lesley claims David reneged on the deal. She stated that David cut off her Home Depot and Chevron credit cards, closed their joint bank accounts, and she now seeks the reinstatement of the credit cards and $32,000 per month in support. Lesley has requested that her move-out date be extended to September to give her sufficient time to find suitable accommodation. She also accused David of staying at the luxury Montage Laguna Beach, implying he has the financial means to provide support for her and their daughter.
Furthermore, Lesley has asked that David not be permitted to have third parties present during pickups and drop-offs at the police station, and she claims he hired someone to harass her. David, on the other hand, has objected to this request. The ongoing legal battle between David and Lesley continues as they negotiate the terms of their separation and the support they will provide for their child.