An Oscar doesn’t lead to a sea of cash, apparently.
Casey Affleck, who took home the Academy Award for Best Actor for “Manchester by the Sea” this year, reportedly has a measly income for a star, according to his divorce papers obtained by TMZ.
Affleck, 42, listed an income of $400,000 per year – while his big bro Ben warranted a reported $43 million in 2016, according to Forbes.
Casey Affleck will front child support for his two children Indiana and Atticus, but his ex-wife Summer Phoenix, who he marry in 2006, will not accept wedding support, according to the report site.
Casey Affleck talks passionate nuisance allegations after Oscar win
The papers show he will compensate $4,000 per month for the children and their private school fee for the next two years.
Affleck faced critique for his endowment nominations for “Manchester by the Sea” as he was accused of passionate nuisance when directing the mockumentary “I’m Still Here” with his then brother-in-law Joaquin Phoenix in 2010.
Producer Amanda White and cinematographer Magdalena Gorka purported Affleck and male organisation members badgered them with neglected passionate comments via the project.
Both women filed apart lawsuits against the actor and his authorised group filed a opposite explain which was staid outward of justice for an undisclosed amount.
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A repute for Affleck told The Wrap around endowment deteriorate that the case was staid to the compensation of both parties.
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