Don’t hassle the Hoff. David Hasselhoff and his ex-wife Pamela Bach are reportedly engaged in a spousal support war, and the former Baywatch star is claiming he has less than $4,000 to his name, according to TMZ.
In the court docs obtained by the site, Hasselhoff, 63, says he makes $112,000 per month but spends $66,000 of that. He alleges that by the time he pays Bach’s spousal support of $21,000 a month, plus taxes and other bills, that he has virtually nothing left to save. The documents also detail that Hasselhoff’s European concert tour was cut short due to poor ticket sales, and his AXS TV reality show, Hoff the Record, is unlikely to be the success he originally hoped for.
The Sharknado 3 star wants the spousal support lowered significantly. As for assets, the docs reveal he has a total of $1.79 million in real estate, retirement savings, cars, jewelry, art and more, according to TMZ.
However, Bach claims that the actor isn’t telling the truth and that he’s actually worth more than $120 million with various work opportunities continually arising.
There is a court hearing set for the end of the month to resolve the issues, TMZ reports. Hasselhoff and Bach married in 1989, but split in 2006. They share daughters Taylor, 26, and Hayley, 23. Before his 17-year marriage to Bach, the Knight Rider star was married to soap star Catherine Hickland from 1984 through 1989.
Hasselhoff has since moved on with Hayley Roberts, with the pair getting engaged earlier this month after five years of dating. The couple first met in 2011 when he was signing an autograph for her. The actor is currently filming the upcoming movie Baywatch, based on his long-running TV series. It stars Zac Efron, Dwayne Johnson, Kelly Rohrbach and Priyanka Chopra, and also features a cameo from Pamela Anderson.