The Oscar-nominees’ third wife, Michelle, has accused the Hustle & Flow star, 44, of not paying her court ordered spousal support -- and even lumping her with a credit card bill for their failed reconciliation attempt in Costa Rica earlier this year!
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Michelle has charged that her one-time husband owed her more than six-figures!
"Since the commencement date of 5/15/12, Terrence Howard has only made sporadic payments to me totaling $18,435 and owes an arrearage sum of $63,303… the Court finds that Terrence Howard owes me $122,221.64 including interest… legal fees to my lawyer, $15,500,” it’s alleged.
Michelle also revealed that Howard's failure to pay her spousal support has forced her to move out of her apartment and ruined her credit.
"During our recent reconciliation, Terrence Howard frequently made charges on my credit cards as Respondent does not have his own credit cards and promised to reimburse me for his charges,” she alleged.
"At Terrence Howard's request, I charged our 7/2012 trip to Costa Rica on my credit card. The unreimbursed charges for the Costa Rica trip and prior charges are approx. $18,282.”
In the filing, it’s also exposed that between May 2012 and June 2013, Howard earned $856,442.77.
As we reported, the doomed reconciliation in Costa Rica resulted in Michelle getting a temporary restraining order against star after she accused him of punching and kicking her.
In her application for a temporary restrainer order, she alleged Howard “sucker punched her on the left side of her face” and "continued to strangle her for several seconds.”
The paid had divorced on May 6.
The actor vehemently denied the allegations and protested in court documents that his ex-wife was maliciously tryiny to destroy his “reputation and career with baseless allegations.”
As RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed, Howard has moved on: He recently got married for the third time, after only dating a Canadian woman, named Miranda, for only a month!
Lawyers will be in a Los Angeles court on Thursday to determine if Howard will be sanctioned for failure to pay.