Kathleen Glynn filed a lawsuit against her former husband, filmmaker Michael Moore, and claims that he has not paid her part of the proceeds from his film.
Page Six reported Thursday that the lawsuit was filed recently in the Manhattan Supreme Court this week.
Glynn's lawyer stated in court documents that Gylnn was supposed to receive four percent of his company's total income. Page Six reported that Glynn only received $ 541 in 2014, the same year in which the couple's divorce was completed.
According to reports, Moore presented the IRS with a negative income of $ 350,862 in that year, and in 2016, $ 221,025 negative, which his ex-wife believes are false.
The gossip site reported that Glynn & # 39; was the driving force in the creation of many of [his] movies and other adventures.
Michael Moore and now ex-wife Kathleen Glynn during New York Inauguration of & # 39; Mo & # 39; Better Blues & # 39; at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City, New York, United States. Glynn filed a new lawsuit against Moore in which she claims that she was deceived with the benefits of the movie
Moore is seen directing on the set of Roger & Me & # 39; in 1990
– Sir. Moore was the outstanding personality, dating back to his first big hit, "Roger and Me" in 1989. "
Glynn also produced & # 39; & # 39; Fahrenheit 9/11, & # 39; & # 39; the highest-grossing documentary of all time & # 39; & # 39; and & # 39; & # 39; Oscar winner & # 39; & # 39; Bowling for Columbine & # 39 ;.
In his divorce agreement, Glynn signed essentially all of his interest in the fruits of the joint efforts of the parties as filmmakers in exchange for a promise of future revenue sharing. & # 39;
Her divorce was finalized in July 2014, which ended her two-decade marriage.
Moore's spokesman, Christian Muirhead, said that at that time his client and Glynn had arrived at a mutual and friendly divorce agreement.
Moore's presentation from the previous year said that his relationship with Glynn had been broken and that "there was no reasonable likelihood that the marriage" could be preserved.
Before the end of the divorce, the couple was fighting over marital assets, The Smoking Gun reported at the time.
The large amount of money that Glynn, who produced several of her husband's films, spent at her lakefront mansion in Michigan, was said to be a matter of controversy.
According to Celebrity Worth, Moore had $ 50 million in assets. Court records do not indicate exactly how much the producer is worth.
The documentary claimed that her other half "unilaterally squandered a large percentage of marital funds" # 39; with the Torch Lake mansion, which highlighted his wealth and opened him up to ridicule because he has often criticized the rich in his films.
It is believed that the home, which was completed years ago, costs around $ 2 million.
Moore previously stated that his spouse squandered a huge amount of money on excessive costs for a lakeside mansion in Michigan.
Moore argued that his wife spent five times more on the property than he should in what amounted to "massive cost overruns" that delayed them financially.
In an affidavit, Moore reported that, in 2011, Glynn discussed with me the problems he was having with the money he was spending (which caused us some serious financial losses).
The lake house was not his only house. They had a total of nine properties in Michigan and New York.
His condo in Manhattan was created through "the combination of three separate units," according to The Smoking Gun.
According to court documents, the couple, who have no children, also did not agree when they separated.
Moore said it was August 2010 and Glynn insists that it is June 2013 when Moore filed for divorce in a Michigan circuit court.
Moore and his ex-wife, producer Kathleen Glynn are seen at the 57th Cannes International Film Festival in May 2004 in France