Jesse Williams gets $30,000 reduced child support after Grey’s Anatomy release


jesse williams will pay less in child support in the future.

The Grey’s Anatomy The alum’s child support will be reduced by more than $30,000, totaling $6,413 per month in a “temporary” modification, according to court documents obtained by E! News. New. From April 15, he will be responsible for the new payment plan, half due on the first and half due on the 15th of each month.

Jesse originally requested that his child support payments be reduced on March 29, according to court documents obtained by E! News at the time. He previously had to pay $40,000 a month in child support after splitting from Aryn Drake Lee— with whom he shares Sadie8 and Maceo6. The two married in 2012 and separated after five years, later finalizing their divorce in October 2020. Aryn and Jesse have joint physical custody of the children.

He said he has paid Aryn more than $100,000 a month in the past, in temporary child support and spousal support, based on a 2018 court order. prior child support was based on the income he received from his Grey’s the residuals, the shows he appeared on during the wedding, and all the little acting jobs he did, Jesse added.

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“Our children’s lifestyle did/did not reflect the $40,000 a month child support in any way,” he wrote in March. “Our kids have modest lifestyles. They don’t have expensive hobbies or go to expensive camps. They don’t fly on private jets when we take vacations (which are already infrequent) and we have no vacation homes. I accepted child support only because of my significant Grey’s Income.”

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Since Grey’s AnatomyJesse signed with Broadway’s take me out by Richard Greenberg, alongside Patrick J. Adams and Jesse Tyler Ferguson. He shared in the docs that his new income in stage production is $1,668 a week, in addition to any income from outside projects and appearances he may have.

E ! News has reached out to Jesse and Aryn’s attorneys for comment.

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