Jane's ex Lara Embry demands almost $94,000 per month for spousal support after they separated and the actress apparently agrees, saying, 'I think it's the law, so I go with the law.'
Actress Jane Lynch apparently agrees to pay $93,809 per month in spousal support. The "Glee" star filed for divorce from his wife, Dr. Lara Embry, in July and now the therapist is seeking spousal support from her. Although the couple does not have children together, Embry has a daughter.
According to documents obtained by E! News, Embry lists her expenses such as mortgage, home maintenance and an "unknown" section. In addition, Embry states that monthly expenses include $12,000 for entertainment, gifts and vacation; $6,500 for clothes; $5,000 for charitable contributions; $4,500 for dining out; $4,000 for education and $1,500 for child care. Embry also requests support for attorney fees.
According to Embry, Lynch has been raking in $234,688 a month for the last three years. The couple reportedly does not have pre-nuptial agreement, so their assets are likely to be split fairly.
When asked by paparazzi during an encounter on September 9, Lynch said of the financial issue, "I think it's the law, isn't it? I think its the law, so I go with the law!" Last month, the actress told Billy Bush that the proceeding was going well. "It's just money," she said.
Lynch and Embry met for the first time in 2009. They got engaged a year later and married in the same year.