Jeremy Renner And Sonni Pacheco Continue Their Dispute - Pacheco Claims She's Sick Of Being 'Bullied'
During a conversation with Page Six, Sonni Pacheco said she was tired of being abused by Jeremy Renner, her ex-husband, who accused her of inappropriately using their daughter's trust fund money for her own gain. People Magazine was the first to report on court documents filed on the 12th of May.
The outlet states that the 49-year-old Avengers alum accused Pacheco of transferring around $50,000 from their daughter's trust fund into her own personal bank account across two years. Moreover, he accused her of transferring another $10,000.
The 29-year-old artist wrote an email to Page Six on Tuesday in which she made the claim mentioned above: that she is "sick of being continually bullied" and having her name dragged through the mud by her ex-husband.
People Magazine reported on the court documents in which Pacheco allegedly admitted to sending an email to Renner's business manager on the 29th of April, 2019. In this communication, Pacheco admitted she used $50,000 for Christmas presents, birthday items, and other items for her 7-year-old's birthday party.
Sonni said she had to use the money after spending much of her own cash on lawyers and other administrative costs related to her legal dispute with Jeremy. Furthermore, Pacheco reportedly used $10,000 to pay her property taxes.
According to the artist, Renner's "disturbing" behavior was a key reason for her financial problems. The artist didn't reveal what the actions were, however, she said in the past that Renner threatened suicide with a gun in his mouth in 2018.
Sonni also said that Jeremy bit their daughter and left a bruise on her shoulder. His representative said to Page Six that the allegations made by Sonni were "categorically not true" and an attempt at assassinating his character in the press.
Sonni also said in her email to Page Six that there are even more details about what went on in her relationship with Jeremy that many aren't completely aware of. The artist said it would "make your jaw drop."