It’s hard to spend $100 in Tallahassee on a good day — except for Florida State football coach Jimbo Fisher’s ex-wife.
Candi Fisher, who signed off on the couple’s divorce Dec. 10, claimed in court records that it cost her $29,655 a month, give or take a few bucks, to take care of the coach’s household.
Granted, they have two young sons. But $29,000? In Tally?
Candi told the court her food and other routine bills come to about $9,218 a month. Among her bills, she claimed personal expenses of about $12,000 a month, including $1,165 for clothes and shoes and $4,000 for travel.
Obviously, money poured into the 22-year marriage. Jimbo’s W-2 form in the divorce file shows he made $4,150,714 in 2014, plus an $82,812 bonus.
In the end, how much cash did homemaker Candi walk away from the relationship with? The settlement is confidential, but motions and briefs shows she got at least $3.4 million in asset distribution and about $4,500 a month in child support. The alimony amount is being kept secret.
Neither Jimbo’s attorney, South Florida’s John T. Christiansen, nor Candi’s, Tally’s Shannon Novey, would comment.
Pop star Justin Bieber is about to embark on a new tour dubbed Purpose, but what’s coming out of Miami won’t help him sell tickets.
Bieber, who’s scheduled to perform at AmericanAirlines Arena July 2-3 in downtown Miami, is about to get more bad publicity in the midst of his pre-tour charm offensive.
Aventura legal eagle Mark DiCowden, who represent a local photographer suing Bieber for what he claims was abuse from bodyguards on the singer’s orders, has been cleared by a Miami-Dade County circuit court judge to depose other victims of Bieber’s alleged violence.
DiCowden has a February date to depose six — count’em, six — Los Angeles residents who’ve had brushes with the mercurial star.
DiCowden says there are many more.
“In the United States alone, there are a least two dozen victims of Bieber’s violence who have either sued him or been paid off,” DiCowden said. “He has attempted to silence them all with money, but it’s about time that the public hear their voices.”
DiCowden says he is hopeful the witnesses will share with him the amount of money each received from the singer of Sorry, which could be several million dollars combined.