Arnold Schwarzenegger Divorce Filing Claims He Won't Pay Support
A divorcing Arnold Schwarzenegger does not want to pay Maria Shriver spousal support or attorney fees, according to papers he filed Friday and reported on by TMZ.
Shriver, 55, filed for divorce from from the former California governor July 1, after a period of estrangement following revelations of the love child Schwarzenegger fathered with housekeeper Mildred Baena.
The couple lack a prenuptial agreement, which would give Shriver half of her husband's multi-million dollar Hollywood acting fortune. Schwarzenegger, 63, would also be required to pay child support, which could range in the tens of thousands per month. Both seek custody of their two sons, ages 17 and 13.
The divorce will be settled out of court unless one of the couple disputes the terms, or chooses to handle the divorce through a Superior Court judge.