- Jay Cutler wants 50% of Kristin Cavallari's jewellery and clothing company, Uncommon James
- The reality star is, however, not willing to give it up because she claims to have solely funded the project
- However, her ex-lover claims the company was founded when the two were together and he supported her through the business
Reality TV star Kristin Cavallari and ex-lover Jay Cutler have hit a roadblock in their divorce case.
The former celebrity couple announced their divorce in April 2020 but are still fighting it out in court regarding their estate. According to TMZ, Jay is seeking 50% ownership of Cavallari's company, Uncommon James, jewellery, clothing and a home goods line.
This, the former NFL quarterback says, is because the brand was launched while the two were still married and he was spotted at the opening of some of the stores, according to footage from their reality show.
However, Cavallari believes she owes Jay no part in the company as she claims to have solely funded the project, hence owns it 100%.
The two had already reached a joint agreement on the custody of their three children, ages between eight to five, last year. The actress confirmed that the family's reality show, Very Cavallari, which aired on E! TV, would end just after the divorce announcement.
Their social media activities do not show any strain in their current relationship as Jay was spotted celebrating Cavallari on Mother's Day and during the release of her book back in October 2020.
In other celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Kanye West is moving on from his marriage to Kim Kardashian and is apparently getting 'secretly' connected with a model with whom he has a history.
The rapper is reported to be dating Russian supermodel Irina Shayk while divorcing his wife of six years. Irina is Bradley Cooper's baby momma, according to an anonymous report shared on the Instagram gossip account DeuxMoi.
Although this may appear to be a strange pairing, Irina and Kanye have a history dating back to Shayk's pre-Bradley Cooper days.
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Source: Briefly News