Food Network star Bobby Flay wins over his ex-wife, Stephanie March’s plea as their net worth battle continues. Read On!
Giada de Laurentiis fellow chef and pal, Flay welcomed the “Thanksgiving” holiday with a fortunate event as he was able to win over his ex-wife, Stephanie March’s argument regarding their net worth battle.
According to Hollywood Take, March’s court battle against Flay continued last week. The actress was fighting over the fact that the celebrity chef owed her $105,000 for “moving expenses” and for appearing in her ex-husband’s videos in the Food Network channel. However, the judge discharged the case even though March claimed that it violated her divorce conformity.
The “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” actress believed that Flay’s videos for his network channel infringed her “divorce agreement” with her former partner.
Based on the agreement that the actress was arguing about, it clearly states that neither Flay nor March is allowed to use to use the other’s image for income. However, the 50-year-old Food Network star firmly disagreed over his ex-wife’s plea.
Flay argued that the videos in question were filmed before their relationship got messed up—before they decided to get a divorce.
The chef’s lawyer, Jeremy Bethel pointed out that his client “had no control” over the channel’s decision on when to air the filmed videos. He even added that March’s plea is not about the settlement, “it’s not really about justice.” As it’s all about “revenge.”
Reports claimed that the reason behind Flay and March’s divorce was all because of the chef’s affair with several women, including his assistant Elyse Tirrell and “American Wedding” actress, January Jones, Giada de Laurentiis’ name was even dragged to their messy break-up.
The chef’s rumored relationship with de Laurentiis emerged when they both filed for divorce and was finalized the same year.
The two chef’s were allegedly seen together in a sweet date days before the “Happy Cooking” author filed her divorce with her long-time partner Todd Thompson.
Moving on, back to Flay and March’s argument, Manhattan Supreme Justice Matthew Cooper agreed to Bethel’s statement.
Cooper mocked March’s plea by saying that the videos she was referring to “sounds like the kind of case that should be in small claims court.”
Adding on, Cooper also dismissed March’s $14,000 moving fees request as he concluded that Flay had already paid an adequate amount of $8,000 for the moving fees.
Moreover, Page Six reported that at the end of the proceedings, March did not give any comments instead she only greeted everyone with “Happy Thanksgiving.”
On the other hand, Nicholas Cohen, March’s Lawyer simply noted that they are disappointed with the decision as they believe that the breaches are real.
Stephanie continues to abide by the terms of the divorce agreement, and we expect Mr Bobby Flay will do the same going forward,” Cohen said.
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