Before Getting Kicked Off Montana Ranch, Kelly Clarkson’s Ex Brandon Blackstock Makes One Last Demand

As the June 1, 2022 deadline approaches for the music manager to vacate the ranch, the Montana ranch drama between Kelly Clarkson and her ex-husband Brandon Blackstock may finally be over.  

Despite this, the property will remain a point of contention until the bitter end.  

Prior to Blackstock being ordered off the property, he had made one last demand in court.

Kelly Clarkson was declared sole owner of the ranch in Montana during the couple's long and bitter divorce.  

However, the dispute continued when the former coach of The Voice wanted to sell the property, and Brandon Blackstock wanted to live there. 

Finally, a settlement was reached that gave Reba McEntire's stepson until June 1 to find another place to live.  

While he was still living there, Blackstock ordered his ex-wife to turn off the security cameras, according to legal documents, a week before the deadline

According to The Blast, the court documents did not specify any events that led to the request or whether Brandon Blackstock had reason to believe that Kelly Clarkson accessed the security footage. 

Blackstock wanted to live his own life without Clarkson being able to watch him, according to The Blast's sources. 

There were no cameras inside the residence, and all were pointed at the home's exterior.

When this court order was issued, the daytime talk show host shared a picture of a mysterious black hole on her ranch in Montana. 

Kelly Clarkson joked about it being an Outer Range situation but many fans warned her to keep her distance 

whether it was for practical reasons like sinkholes or for theories that were a little more sci-fi in nature.