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Cher's Daughter-in-Law Claims Singer Kicked Her Out of Home She Shared With Husband Elijah, Was Deprived of Storage Access and 'Not Allowed' to Grab Belongings

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Cher's daughter-in-law made shocking claims in a declaration filed amid her divorce.

Sep. 26 2023, Published 7:45 p.m. ET

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Cher's daughter-in-law accused the singer of kicking her out of the home she lived in with estranged husband Elijah Blue Allman and depriving her access to storage as well as her belongings in a declaration filed as part of the former couple's divorce. has obtained the bombshell docs in which Marieangela King claimed she was booted from the home after Elijah started unspecified "medical care" in August 2022.

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Cher claimed her son is unable to care for his finances due to his alleged substance issues and mental health struggles — but Elijah said he's clean and sober.

King said she was kept out of the home three months before Cher intervened yet again, allegedly taking drastic measures to get her son into rehab.

According to King, she and Elijah didn't separate until late 2021, and she could not pay her lawyers because his spousal support payments were sporadic. "I have only received $25,000 total, half of the support owed," she told the court.

"I had lost both my housing and healthcare and had to leave the country to stay with relatives for a while," King claimed in the filing. "In my husband's absence, I was asked to leave our family home by (Elijah's) mother."

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She also claimed Cher hired four men to remove Elijah from their New York hotel in November 2022.

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Elijah is the youngest of Cher's two children, and the son of her second husband, Gregg Allman. Her eldest child, Chaz Bono, is shared with her first husband, Sonny Bono.

In her declaration to the court, King claimed, "I was not allowed to retrieve all my belongings from our primary home and residence, nor was I given the opportunity to inventory our assets."

King alleged that she was also "unable to access" a storage unit shared with Elijah that contains "art, antiques, all our furniture from our second home that we had together in Beverly Hills and other assets accumulated during the marriage."

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"I was not allowed to retrieve all my belongings from our primary home and residence," she claimed in the docs.

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She said inside of the unit are "one-of-a-kind-pieces" and musical instruments that "need to be [evaluated] before we are able to set trial or come to a settlement."

Months after his medical care began, King went on to detail a time when they were trying to reconcile. "On November 30, 2022, the night of our wedding anniversary, four people came to our hotel room and removed (Elijah) from our room," King told the court. "I was told by one of the four men who took him that they were hired by (Elijah's) mother."

She claimed Cher had her son kidnapped, hiring the men to go to the Chateau Marmont Hotel and take him.

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King said she and Elijah separated in late 2021, and owes her a lot in spousal support.

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King filed the declaration four days after the alleged incident. "I am currently unaware of my husband's wellbeing or whereabouts," she claimed while adding he was in "lockdown at a treatment facility that is undisclosed to me."

Elijah is now back in rehab after a tumultuous six months at the Chateau Marmont, Daily Mail reported.

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In early September, Cher apparently hired a caretaker to keep an eye on her troubled son. "The caretaker would sit out in the entrance area of the hotel just waiting to see where and what Elijah was up to," an insider said.

It appears the divorce proceedings are still ongoing.



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