Brian Austin Green Requests Spousal Support From Megan Fox In Divorce
Brian Austin Green is seeking spousal support from estranged wife Megan Fox in their divorce.
Brian Austin Green Spousal Support
In court documents filed Tuesday, Green, 42, checked the box to request spousal support from Fox, 29, reported TMZ. He is also seeking joint custody of his two sons with Fox – Noah Shannon, 3, and Bodhi Ransom, 18 months.
Green, who is best known for starring on Beverly Hills 90210, was in a car accident last December that left him with vertigo and has affected his ability to work. Fox, meanwhile, has a number of upcoming projects, including the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel and an arc on New Girl.
Fox filed for legal separation back in June and subsequently filed divorce papers in August, citing irreconcilable differences.
““They fight about her career,” one insider told Us Weekly at the time. “He would prefer she focus on the family more than being obsessed with getting roles.”
Fox and Green met in 2004 on the set of Hope and Faith. They first became engaged in 2006, called off the engagement and then became engaged again in 2010. They were married less than a month later.