‘RHOC’ Divorce Battle: David Wants Court To Slash Shannon’s Spousal Support

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Could Shannon Beador‘s recent success hurt her in her divorce from estranged husband David?

The Real Housewives of Orange County star’s cheating ex David wants to further slash her spousal support, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

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According to a source, the father of three is throwing a fit after the entrepreneur blonde’s new QVC Real for Real Cuisine meal plan reportedly made her several million dollars richer.

“He thinks that Shannon is just being greedy, and it isn’t fair,” a source close to the reality starlet said, adding that she isn’t budging when it comes to her bank account.

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“She doesn’t care what he thinks anymore.”

Beador told his ex the divorce is hurting his construction company and his brand.

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As Radar previously reported, David had a meltdown in court in on March 15 after an O.C. judge ordered David to pay Shannon $18,000 a month in spousal support.

However, after the nasty court hearing, Shannon and David settled on $12,000 a month in support.

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“Shannon already dropped the amount of what the judge thought was fair when he had a fit in the courtroom,” the source told Radar, adding that she’s confident the total won’t be dropped again. “She knows that the courts will side in her favor, especially after he caused such a disturbance the last time they were there.”

As fans know, Shannon — who has a new boyfriend, Alex — is going to expose all her divorce secrets on the new upcoming season of RHOC, which premieres on July 16 on Bravo.

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