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Shannon & David's Insane Spending Exposed In Never-Before-Seen Court Documents

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:36 a.m. ET

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Shannon Beador and her bitter ex David spend tens of thousands on fine dining, clothes, entertainment and more each month, according to explosive never-before-seen court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.

According to income and expense reports filed in the RHOC couple's bitter divorce battle, David claims he gets paid $20,000 per month and he alleges Shannon is raking in $65,000 per month.

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Shannon, on the other hand, estimates David makes $108,168 per month, and according to to 2017 tax return, her gross income was $423,206.

The explosive documents obtained exclusively by Radar also reveal how much each party spends per month.

Shannon says her expenses add up to $30,235 — dropping a whopping $10,191 a month on “filming preparation,” $12k on rent, $1,625 on eating out, $5K on "entertainment" and $2,250 on clothes!

A far cry from Shannon's, David lists his total expenses per month at $12,250. He blows $7,500 on rent, $2k on groceries and household supplies, $1k on eating out and on entertainment, gifts and vacation he drops a cool $1k per month!

As Radar previously reported exclusively, the two are currently duking it out in court over David‘s demands to lower the $22,500 per month in spousal support he gives to his estranged wife.

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On Monday the feuding exes exploded into a vicious feud outside an Orange County courtroom after David was ordered to continue to pay more than $10,000 per month in spousal support to Shannon.

After the brutal hearing, Shannon choked back tears as she got into an elevator and yelled at David, “You are such a nickel and dimer! It’s disgusting!”

Both sides agreed in July that David would pay Shannon $10,500 in spousal support per month, with the understanding that David could ask to modify that amount at a future date. The remainder of the support would go to their daughters.

After Monday’s nearly three-hour-long hearing the judge ruled both sides would better benefit with more up-to-date financial and earning records after they file their 2018 taxes. He ordered David to continuing paying the monthly $22,500 family support and told both sides to return to court in February.

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