Donna D'Errico claims her ex-husband, rocker Nikki Sixx, is using creative interpretations of their divorce agreement to get out of paying her what she claims he owes.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the former "Baywatch" star claims Sixx owes her $24,771 in back child support for their daughter, Frankie Sixx.
D'Errico claims their child support agreement calls for Sixx to pay $8,257 per month in child support until the later of two dates: March 31, 2019 or until Frankie is no longer enrolled in high school.
In the documents, D'Errico says that the couple's daughter obtained a certificate of proficiency but remained in school.
She claims the Mötley Crüe rocker stopped paying on March 31 but D'Errico believes the agreement does not make any mention of obtaining a proficiency certificate, so she thinks Sixx should have to pay up for April, May, and June as well.
D'Errico also takes issue with how Sixx has calculated his spousal support payments to her. There's a formula in place based on Sixx's income, which determines what he pays her. But she claims Sixx deducted business expenses before the calculations were made, which she claims the couple agreed not to do when they re-did their divorce agreement in 2015.
She is asking the court to order Sixx to pay the child support he owes and for a re-calculation of the spousal support as well.
D'Errico filed for divorce from Sixx in 2006 after nine years of marriage. The couple first separated in 2000 and then reconciled after he went to rehab.
In 2017, she appeared on an episode of "Millionaire Matchmaker" and told Patti Stanger they split because of infidelity.
In recent years, D'Errico briefly dated Russell Simmons and most recently split from Donald "DJ" Friese, who is the son of a billionaire businessman and had a longterm relationship with "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville.