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Gina Kirschenheiter’s Estranged Husband Matt Kirschenheiter Fighting Child Support And Reveals Her RHOC Salary!

Gina Kirschenheiter and her estranged husband Matt Kirschenheiter are still fighting over the terms of their divorce. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Matt claims that the Real Housewives of Orange County star is now the primary moneymaker, whereas he is currently unemployed and has no income.

As previously reported, Gina and Matt agreed to share legal custody of the kids, with Gina holding primary custody. That agreement, which they came to on Tuesday, August 20, specified that Matt would pay Gina a grand total of $9,627 per month: $4,500 for child support and $5,127 for spousal support.

This was based on Matt’s base salary and gross commissions from last year, which came out to $421,000. Gina’s earning were reported to only be $30,000.

Now, according to new court documents, Matt says he had a “forced resignation” from his job as a financial account manager after his June arrest for alleged domestic abuse.

His company “made it clear that we must part ways,” Matt claims in the filing. He claims finding work has been “difficult to obtain” due to Gina’s “reality television role,” which he alleged has caused “tabloid type publicity and online articles about him.”

Matt says his monthly income is currently $0. He claims to have $100,000 in the bank, including a $75,000 severance from his former employer.

Matt claims in the documents obtained by PEOPLE that Gina earned more that she initially said. According to tax documents he provided, for season 13 of RHOC, she was actually paid $63,000 by production and $5,450 by NBCUniversal.

Matt believes Gina makes at least $10,000 a month in income from being on the Bravo hit reality series and her various endorsements/appearances, according to the documents.

He claims his monthly expenses equal $12,875, including $2,500 for rent, $600 on groceries, $400 on eating out, $1,250 for kids’ schooling costs and $4,700 on credit cards and his car payment, among others. The former couple are next due in court on Thursday, October 10, reports PEOPLE.

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