Kevin Costner was photographed coming off an expensive private plane amid claims from his estranged wife, Christine Baumgartner, that he is “withholding” financial information.
TSZ Newz received exclusive photos of the “Yellowstone” star exiting a G5 at the Santa Barbara airport on Saturday.
Costner, 68, was said to be on his way back to California from a film shoot in Glasgow, Scotland.
He dressed comfortably in a black sweater, black trousers, and white New Balance sneakers.
The private jet’s Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) can reach more than $45 million. According to Air Charters Advisors, pre-owned models range in price from $4 million to $10 million.
The G5s can also be chartered at hourly rates ranging from $8,500 to $11,500.
It’s unclear if the movie celebrity was the one who financed the flight costs.
Costner’s lavish trip came just days after Baumgartner, 49, accused him of hiding his finances from her during their acrimonious divorce.
According to a California Superior Court file acquired by TSZ Newz, the handbag designer’s counsel urged the court on Monday to have the “Hidden Figures” star produce documents relating to his commercial enterprises.
Costner, according to the lawyer, has been “stonewalling” by withholding facts ahead of their scheduled child support hearing next week.
Furthermore, Baumgartner claimed that her estranged husband’s net worth increased throughout their 18-year marriage.
In legal documents, the model claims that when they signed their prenup in 2004, the “Bodyguard” star reported that he had $102,716,000 in assets.
She now believes Costner is worth close to $400 million, with approximately $24 million in cash.
In May, the mother of three filed for divorce from the Academy Award winner, alleging “irreconcilable differences.” The separated spouses have been embroiled in a heated divorce fight since then.
In July, a judge ordered the father of seven to pay his estranged wife $129,755 a month in child support for their three children — Cayden, 16, Hayes, 14, and Grace, 13 — although she had previously requested $248,000 per month.
Costner was also asked to pay $200,000 in legal fees and $100,000 in forensic expenses.
Baumgartner, who was forced to leave their shared family home last month, is apparently seeking an amendment to raise her child support because she wants her children to “enjoy the same lifestyle” as both of their parents.