Actress Valerie Bertinelli is being dragged to court yet again as new problems have popped up in regards to her and ex Tom Vitale's never-ending divorce battle.
After months of back and forth, the former spouses privately came to an agreement and settled their split, but newly filed docs obtained by Radar show the duo has now hired "a private judge" so they can try and tie up loose ends.
According to the paperwork, the judge will handle "any disputes between the parties related to both parties’ personal property," as some of Vitale's belongings are allegedly still at his ex-wife's multiple homes.
As OK! previously shared, after Bertinelli filed for divorce, Vitale requested $50,000 each month in spousal support, something she refused to do since she claimed they had a prenup.
Before their first trial, she requested they have a separate one to first determine the validity of their prenup. Vitale also asked for $200,000 to cover his legal fees.
The details of the agreement they came to have remained private, and despite the most recent setback, it seems the Food Network star is ready to move forward with the next chapter of her life.
"I am gonna be more than happy to be divorced and spend the rest of my life alone. I'll be happy that way. Well, with my six cats and my dog and my son, and hopefully one day grandchildren," she predicted in a recent TV appearance. "Because of the challenges that I'm going through right now, because divorce sucks, I can't imagine ever trusting anyone again. So I have some trust issues that I'm sure I'm going to have to get past."