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'RHONY' Alum Jules Wainstein's Ex Demands She Pay Up Amid Divorce

Where's the money?

Jules Wainstein's estranged husband demanded the former Real Housewives of New York star starting paying up to chip away at the family's overwhelming debt, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.

During this morning's hearing in New York court, Michael Wainstein's attorney came for the mother of two, accusing her of hiding assets.

"We order the defendant to contribute to marital expenses," the lawyer said. "I have nothing from the defendant in her own taxes. She refuses to comply. She has earned income in the last two years, but nothing from her."

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Michael previously accused his wife of partying hard and neglecting to help pay off various debts, including $72,000 in unpaid rent for their luxury New York City apartment, during a Valentine's Day hearing.

Meanwhile, Michael claims he's up to date with tax filings and child support for kids Jagger and Rio after falling behind in January.

"He's borrowed money from parents and friends. Whenever he gets money, he gives it to her," the attorney alleged, adding that he also met with school execs to work out financial aid. "He's not buying new clothes and shoes. He's not spending money on himself."

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The couple of eight years filed for divorce last summer amid fighting and cheating accusations.

For more on the nastiest reality divorce yet, keep reading RadarOnline.com.

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