Published: Thu, June 21, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Jesse Williams Ordered To Pay $100,000 A Month In Child, Spousal Support

Jesse Williams Ordered To Pay $100,000 A Month In Child, Spousal Support

Actor and philanthropist Jesse Williams has been ordered to pay a combined $100K in spousal and child support, according to TMZ.

A judge ruled that the "Grey's Anatomy" star has to pay ex Aryn Drake-Lee $50,000 per month in both spousal and child support, adding up to a total of $100,000 per month, TMZ reported.

The court signed off on the order on Tuesday, stating that the $521,000 Williams brings in each month give him an "extraordinarily high income". Courts separate child from spousal support.

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Actor Jesse Williams (R) and Aryn Drake-Lee attend the "GQ, Nautica, and Oceana World Oceans Day Party" at Sunset Tower on June 8, 2010 in West Hollywood, California. This is reportedly a temporary order until the pair reach a final settlement.

Williams filed for divorce from Drake-Lee in April 2017 after five years of marriage. In court documents that were obtained in August by Us Weekly, Drake-Lee claimed that her estranged husband has an unpredictably busy work schedule and "a revolving door of intimate partners".

Williams fought against the support payments saying that he would instead like to take care of his childrens' needs, but the court wasn't trying to hear it. According to court documents, Williams was granted custody of his children every other weekend, two days each week, as well as on Father's Day.

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