After her war of words with James Bergener on social media, Noella Bergener was candid about the hardships she had endured since splitting from her husband. Apparently, Noella and her children have struggled to make ends meet since James left. “He cut off my credit cards [and they] have not been turned back on. I have access to one singular credit card,” she told Us Weekly on January 5. “The Real Housewives of Orange County” star said she feared James could completely cut her off, and put her in a truly difficult position. “He could shut it off at any moment. Then I literally would have to look at some serious options,” Noella added.

The lack of funds has left the Bravolebrity in a quandary for the home she occupies with her children. “He’s not paid rent,” Noella told Us Weekly. “We’re currently squatting in our 10,000 square foot mansion, which is very eerie,” she added. In response to the “mansion,” James issued a statement to the outlet claiming “it was only leased for the filming of the ‘RHOC’ and leased through November 2021.”

On December 24, the famed lawyer issued a video statement on Instagram where he claimed to have provided his ex, and their son, with ample financial support. “Since separating from Noella, I’ve paid nearly $100,000 in housing. I’ve paid over $50,000 in household goods and supplies for him,” he added. However the former couple resolve their issues, fans can bet it will be a public matter. 

Source: Nicki Swift

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