Michael Strahan’s Ex-wife Settled Her Separation For $15.3 Million And Wants $18K Per Month Child Support – VIDEO

Michael Strahan was in court in New York Monday in an ongoing child support payment d!spute with his second ex-wife Jean Muggli.

Good Morning America co-host, 47, shares twin daughters with Muggli who were just 20 months old when the couple fi-led for separation in 2006.In the divorce settlement, Muggli got $15.3million plus $18,000 monthly support.It’s cla!med former NFL pro ‘ren-eged’ riding fund and is underpaying each month.

Muggli is asking the Manhattan Supreme Court to enfo-rce the payments and order Strahan to contribute to their daughters’ horse riding lessons. Good Morning America co-host Michael Strahan was in court in New York on Monday in an ongoing money dispute with his second ex-wife. The former NFL pro, 47, shares twin daughters with Jean Muggli who was just 20 months old when the couple fi-led for separation in 2006.

Muggli is asking the Manhattan Supreme Court to enfo-rce the child support payments agreed to and also order Strahan to contribute to their daughters’ horse riding lessons, PageSix.com reported.In the separation settlement, Muggli was awarded a lu-mp sum of $15.3 million and child support of $18,000 a month. However, in June, she fi-led a money judgment agai-nst her ex-husband.

A source told PageSix.com that Muggli is clai-ming Strahan ‘ren-eged’ on an agreement to help pay for the teenage twins to continue to pursue their eque-strian ambitions. She’s also so-called, according to the source, that he is underpaying on the child support payments and wants the court to enfo-rce their agreement.

A source close to Strahan said the accusat!ons agai-nst the TV personality ‘are completely false.’ ‘Michael has always honored his commitments regarding his children,’ the insider said. ‘The reason they are in court is that Jean continuously asks for more money. Michael intends to do what is best for his children, as he always does. He is properly handling this in the court.’ The judge set another hearing for October 16 but neither Strahan nor Muggli are required to attend in person.

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