Dixie Chicks Member Natalie Maines' Estranged Husband Adrian Pasdar Requesting More Money In Their Divorce

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Feb. 4 2019, Published 7:42 p.m. ET

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Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines and ex-husband Adrian Pasdar decided to divorce after 17 years of marriage in 2017,but they are now entangled in a messy spousal and custody battle. The actor argued that his estranged wife should pay him $60,000 a month in spousal support, despite the fact that he raked in $400,000 last year.

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According to The Blast, Adrian made a few hundred grand last year from his old NBC hit show Heroes. Even though the show ended in 2009, he is still getting hefty paychecks from the sci-fi series

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The 53-year-old filed an income and expense declaration in their divorce to try to convince a court that he deserves the $60,000 a month in spousal support he is demanding from Natalie.

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In court documents obtained by, the Supergirl star's average monthly income is $18,000 from his acting projects. He spends about $20,717 on monthly expenses.

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Adrian claimed that Natalie makes $2 million a year and has a net worth of $50 million. He revealed in the documents that she paid for most things during their marriage.

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Although the ex-couple signed a prenuptial agreement before trying the knot, Adrian is trying to challenge the validity of the papers.

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The Texan singer accused her ex-husband of attempting to drag out their divorce to spend more money and waste more time.

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