David Foster has no intention of granting ex Yolanda Hadid spousal support, and he's pulling out all the stops to get his way.
According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE magazine, the 66-year-old is working to "terminate the ability of the court to award spousal support" to his former bride. In turn, Hadid would be free of paying Foster spousal support as well.
As Radar previously reported, Yolanda announced her split from Foster in early December, after four years of marriage. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star filed for divorce in January, seeking spousal support and legal fees from her music producer ex.
At the time, Yolanda seemed to blame the breakup on her ongoing struggles with Lyme disease, admitting that David's role as the caregiver was "extremely challenging" for them both.
Meanwhile, Foster continues to publicly stick up for his former wife when it comes to her controversial illness.
"I have always had and continue to have the utmost respect and love for Yolanda, which is why it is so frustrating to see headlines questioning her chronic debilitating illness," he said recently, slamming RHOBH doubters like Kyle Richards and Taylor Armstrong.
"I have been by Yolanda's side over the past four years to the best of my ability as she battled with the complexities of her Lyme diagnosis," Foster added. "I am incredibly proud of Yolanda's determination and mission to find a cure, and how brave and open she has been by sharing her story in the hopes of changing the future for others."
It seems his support stops when it comes to finances, however, sorry Yolanda!