Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler’s divorce reportedly set a roadblock.
The 38-year-old former NFL defender is said to be seeking ownership of half of Cavallari’s lifestyle company, Uncommon James, TMZ reported on Saturday, citing sources as the brand launched during their marriage.
Cavallari, 34, believes she owes nothing to Uncommon James to Cutler, claiming that she funded a business that sells accessories, clothing and homewares.
Cavallari and Cutler announced their divorce in April 2020 after seven years of marriage. They have three children together: sons Camden, 8, Jaxon, 7, and daughter, 5, Saylor.
In May of last year It was revealed that Cavallari and Cutler had reached a mutual custody agreement during their separation.
After the couple̵7;s divorce announcement, Cavallari confirmed to E! Reality series “Very Cavallari” will end after three seasons. The show, which runs from 2018 to 2020, records Cavallari’s business venture and her marriage to Cutler.
During the 2018 series, Cavallari said of Cutler, “He thinks he owns half of the company. and he does not own That is not in our non-existent prenup.”
In the 2019 installment, where she asked Cutler to speak to employees, Cavallari said, “Jay thinks he owns half of the company. So I let him in So I can create monsters.”
Since retiring, Cutler has supported Cavallari’s business endeavors, praising the release of her cookbook “True Comfort” in October 2020.
Earlier this month, Cutler also wrote an impressive Instagram message to Cavallari in honor of Mother’s Day.
“Some kids have all the luck. happy mother’s day @kristincavallari,” Cutler posted at the time.
Representatives for Cutler and Cavallari did not immediately return our request for comment.