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Jim Edmonds Fires Back At Meghan King Edmonds’ Child Support Diss After Claiming It “Barely Pays For Groceries”; Says “It’s No One’s Business”

Jim Edmonds defended himself against Meghan King Edmonds' claims that his child support payments are hardly enough for her to buy her groceries. The former Real Housewives of Orange County star raised eyebrows when she replied to a follower’s comment on Instagram alleging that her estranged husband wasn’t contributing much to their family amid their dramatic divorce.

When Meghan claimed that child support from Jim was “barely” enough to pay for “groceries for my tribe,” the retired athlete fired back.

“We’re not going to give numbers because it’s no one’s business,” a rep for Jim told Us Weekly on Thursday, April 30. “But if what Jim is giving to Meghan each month for child support doesn’t cover her groceries, she must be getting her eggs from Faberge. Jim also pays every single bill for both of her homes, all the medical bills and practically every other expense related to the kids and the houses. Jim continually goes above-and-beyond what he is required to do.”

Jim said her comments “are an insult to all the single mothers who are genuinely struggling financially and working multiple jobs to make ends meet.”

In October 2019, the former professional baseball player and the former Bravo reality star called it quits after five years of marriage. The former RHOC star accused her then-husband of being unfaithful with their nanny, which both Jim and the caretaker denied.

Earlier this month, Jim confirmed he was in a relationship with Kortnie O’Connor. The pair have been quarantined together while the former St. Louis Cardinals player continues to recover from his battle with COVID-19. Before Jim went public with his new relationship, his estranged wife claimed that O’Connor had a threesome with them during their marriage.

Meghan and Jim share three kids: three-year-old daughter Aspen and twins Hayes and Hart, 22 months.

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