LuAnn de Lesseps Sued by Ex-Husband and Children for Violating Divorce Settlement
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According to their divorce settlement, the reality star was supposed to set up a trust, benefitting their two children, using half of the interest of their estate.

AceShowbiz - LuAnn de Lesseps is being sued by her ex-husband and two children.

"The Real Housewives of New York City" star's first husband, Count Alexandre de Lesseps, and their children, Noel and Victoria de Lesseps, have accused Luann of violating her divorce settlement.

The judgment in her divorce, which was finalised in 2009 after a 16-year marriage, required Alexandre to give the deed of the former couple's marital home in Bridgehampton, New York, to Luann, who agreed to create a trust for her two children.

LuAnn, 53, was meant to set up the trust that would be funded with half the interest in the home.

Alexandre, Victoria and Noel are claiming the reality star "never created" the trust and instead sold the residence in November 2014 for $8 million (£6 million) and used the earnings to purchase a home in Sag Harbor, New York for $3.1 million (£2.3 million).

According to the new Suffolk County Supreme Court suit, LuAnn has threatened to either sell or heavily mortgage the Sag Harbor house "so that she may purchase, for herself, a luxury home in upstate New York".

Her ex-husband and two children are asking a judge to block Luann from either offloading or getting a loan on the property, and to set up a trust fund giving them half the interest in the Sag Harbor property.

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