RHOC’s Jennifer Pedranti Reveals Her Surprising Monthly Income in Divorce Docs, Claims Her Savings Are “Nominal” and She Borrowed Money from Boyfriend Ryan, Plus Her Custody Request

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RHOC’s Jennifer Pedranti Reveals Her Surprising Monthly Income in Divorce Docs, Claims Her Savings Are “Nominal” and She Borrowed Money from Boyfriend Ryan Boyajian

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Jennifer Pedranti revealed her surprising monthly income in divorce documents, claimed her savings are “nominal,” and revealed that she borrowed money from boyfriend Ryan Boyajian.

The 46-year-old joined Real Housewives of Orange County last season, and she opened up on the show about her divorce and financial problems.

According to a financial declaration obtained by Radar, Jennifer asked the court to make her ex William pay monthly support, claiming her money in savings is “nominal.”

She’s also seeking sole custody of her four kids who are still minors and $20,000 for legal fees. Jennifer listed herself as a “part-time actress” for Real Housewives of Orange County and a co-owner of the yoga studio Devi Rebel Yoga.

She claimed her average monthly income is $1,166.66, which doesn’t include her profits from the yoga studio.

According to the star, she has little in her savings and checking accounts, and her ex has all the assets that she could potentially sell-off. The document was dated January 9, 2024, which was before the new season of RHOC began filming.

In the document, Jennifer claimed she pays $12,000 for rent, but she is now trying to move.

Her other expenses include $1,166 for health insurance, $100 for laundry, $3,000 for groceries, $100 for clothes, $610 for auto costs, $100 for entertainment, and $1,790 for other costs. It totals $18,879.66.

Jennifer said she owes boyfriend Ryan $5,000 for an unpaid loan, and she owes her parents $30,000 for a loan to cover legal fees.

As of now, she claims to have paid her attorneys about $15,000. One paysheet from “Criff BravoCon” reveals she earned $14,000 in the same month of the Las Vegas conference. She shared that her yoga studio began making a profit late in 2023.

“[Jennifer] requires assistance to cover essential living expenses for herself and her children, such as rent, food, and educational costs. While the Petitioner currently covers healthcare expenses, additional support is needed to meet the financial requirements for the children’s activities, as well as their food and clothing expenses,” said Jennifer’s motion.

In William’s paperwork, he agreed to pay Jennifer spousal support and asked for joint physical and legal custody of the kids.

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