Yolanda Foster Husband: David Foster Doesn't Want To Pay Spousal Support [VIDEO]
Yolanda Foster and her husband, David, announced they were parting ways at the end of last year, but so far, their divorce has yet to be finalized. That said, it is expected to be soon.
According to a new report, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and her husband recently came to a financial agreement with one another based on a prenuptial agreement they signed in 2011 before they wed.
"Yolanda isn't getting enough to retire," a source told TMZ of the agreement, noting David was "generous" with his finances.
"David filed legal docs asking the judge to reject any bid for spousal support, but she won't be asking because the prenup provides a payout to her in lieu of support," the outlet explained. "The judge has not signed off on the divorce ... but that should happen soon."
Yolanda and David were seen heading for their split during the sixth season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During the show,Yolanda and David sold their home as cracks began to surface in their marriage. In addition to expressing doubt in their relationship to a friend, David appeared to be a bit frustrated by Yolanda's struggles with Lyme disease, which kept her from participating in activities they once enjoyed.
After the show wrapped production, Yolanda appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, where she discussed how her illness impacted her relationship.
"The patient suffers, but the caretakers suffer too. Because life doesn't only change for us, it changes for the person next to you," Foster Dr. Oz, according to a report by Us Weekly in March. "At the end of the day, David never changed, I changed. Unfortunately, these are the cards that life dealt me. It wasn't by choice. But I'm not the woman I used to be and I probably will never be again. My focus, my energy goes to trying to get well, trying to make a difference, trying to find a cure for my children … and David's life is really traveling, going to concerts, loud music. And I mean, I couldn't, I can barely listen to the radio."