In response to her divorce filing, the actor also told his estranged wife to pay for her own legal fees.
Clint Eastwood's divorce from ex-wife Dina has turned ugly, according to a new court document. He has filed a response to Dina's divorce papers, saying he refused to pay spousal support and asked her to pay for her own legal fees.
Dina filed for divorce in Monterey County Superior Court in Carmel, California back in October. She cited "irreconcilable differences", sought full physical and joint legal custody of their minor daughter, 16-year-old Morgan, and asked for spousal support and attorney fees to be paid by her estranged husband.
Clint is reportedly worth $350 million but he refused to share it with his wife of 17 years. The acting legend revealed in his response that they secretly separated more than a year ago, on June 2, 2012. The date would be crucial in determining the earnings Clint made during that time should they go on a legal war.
In Dina's filing, she stated that they have a prenuptial agreement but the property rights are still "to be determined". Clint's response, which was obtained by Radar Online, indicated that there was indeed a prenuptial agreement.
Clint and Dina got married in 1996 after meeting during a TV interview where she was the host. Clint was previously married to Maggie Johnson and had two children with her. He has four other children from previous relationships.