Lala Kent reportedly left Randall Emmett for allegedly cheating on her. However, there might be more to the story. The Hollywood producer isn’t doing so well, financially. According to a new report, he had “significant debts” filed. It all stems from his divorce from his ex-wife, Ambyr Childs.
The Midnight in the Switchgrass director lowered his payments due to “financial hardship.” The 50-year-old may look like he’s living a lavish lifestyle, but he’s struggling to pay custody. Lala got with Randall while he was still married. She bragged about a private jet and Range Rovers the day after they slept together.
Randall Emmett’s reported financial issues
Lala Kent is crying infidelity right now. Or, she made it at least seem that way. She took to her Instagram Stories to share a clip of herself entering a Beverly Hills Hotel. She included the song “Sorry” by Beyonce.
This led Vanderpump Rules fans to speculate whether Randall was cheating on her. Photos of him entering a Nashville hotel with two other women went viral on social media. Before his alleged cheating issues, he struggled to lower his custody payments to his ex-wife. Us Weekly obtained the legal documents that Randall filed to terminate one aspect of the agreement in March.
Randall had to keep the bank account open for Ambyr. The money went towards their children’s expenses. Randall shares two children, London, 11, and Rylee, with the You alum. He agreed to keep a balance of $50,000 in the account.
That has since changed. According to the court documents, if Randall continues leaving the lump sum, he “will fall deeper and deeper into debt” and “will be forced to file for bankruptcy.” He wasn’t able to film as much as he normally does amid the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, he’s known for spending lots of money on his young fiance.
Lala Kent loved the lavish lifestyle
Randall Emmett revealed in the documents that he has “significant debts.” He admitted that his finances have become “far too uncertain” over the past year. Lala’s ex-fiance also owes $500,000 to the IRS and loans to a production company. Lala Kent used to enjoy the money and gifts that she got from her man.
She often would defend his honor on Pump Rules. The Give Them Lala founder did not hold back on the details of their sordid affair in her book. Nowadays, Randall is a far cry from the rich man she was wooing. The pickleball player entered a payment agreement with American Express and the IRS.
He simply couldn’t keep up with the payments because of the “great financial hardship” that would force him “to file for bankruptcy.” In response to Randall’s court filing, Ambyrs revealed that he’s kept “silent” on child support payments. He also failed to “produce the long-overdue accounting of expenses” that he hasn’t paid off. They settled the case within 90 days.
Lala has been out and about without Randall. She took their child, Ocean, 7 months, and has been with her mom. The model also didn’t wear her engagement ring on numerous occasions. Vanderpump Rules airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
What are your thoughts? Do you think Randall’s money issues led Lala to take off? Or, do you think they’ll get back together? Sound off below in the comments.
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