Kelly Clarkson was dragged back to court again by ex brandon blackstock over privacy issue

Recently, Brandon Blackstock filed court documents regarding privacy issues at Kelly Clarkson's Montana ranch, continuing their ongoing feud.

The former talent manager is living there until June, paying Clarkson $12,500 a month under their divorce deal.

Blackstock took Clarkson to court again over 13 external security cameras, despite leaving the property soon. 

The Blast received court papers stating that the talk show presenter must turn off the estate's cameras while residing there. “Kelly Blackstock shall forthwith turn off all web-cams, trail cams, and any other security cameras at (the address) which are now approximately 13,” the Los Angeles County Court judge noted in the documents.

Clarkson must then show Blackstock's lawyers that the security equipment was disabled and "specify how that was accomplished." We understand her ex wanting privacy, but the cameras were only directed outside the house.

Given their difficult divorce and Clarkson's security film access, Blackstock was concerned about his privacy.

After his rental agreement with the "Since U Been Gone" singer expires, he will receive $115,000 in alimony until January 2024 and $45,601 in child support until their two children, River Rose, 7, and Remington Alexander, 6, turn 18. 

She gave him $1,326,161 tax-free when they divorced. Hope Clarkson finds calm after Blackstock leaves her Montana ranch and can go onward.

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