Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband Brandon Blackstock spent thousands of dollars (and a lot of time) to get his rightful claim to her Montana ranch.
Cattle ranching has become his full-time occupation since he left her property as stipulated in their divorce agreement.
In solidarity with his fellow Voice judge, Blake Shelton fired him as his last music client. His job had to be changed. Clarkson started his business on his $17,750,000 ranch, but he will downsize.
Us Weekly, which obtained deed transfer documents, reported that their divorce was officially finalized in mid-April.
A divorce-related business move has been made by Blackstock. Vintage Valley Ranch, Clarkson's Montana ranch, has been renamed V Bar V Cattle Company. He was a client of Clarkson, Shelton, and Rascal Flatts.
Despite these moves, he and the talk show host will still fight in court. Narvel Blackstock's Starstruck Management Group is suing Blackstock for $1.4 million.
Clarkson countersues, claiming her ex-husband and ex-father-in-law illegally operated the business in California.
Even though their personal saga is over, their contentious story continues.