David Hasselhoff Claims He Has Less Than $4,000 to His Name, Seeks Lower Alimony Payments

David Hasselhoff Claims He Has Less Than $4,000 to His Name, Seeks Lower Alimony Payments

David Hasselhoff has claimed that he his completely broke.

The legendary Baywatch star has argued that he’s unable to support his ex-wife Pamela Bach because he’s got barely anything left in his bank account.

According to the star, he’s currently got less than four thousand dollars in his bank account.

This has become an issue for him, considering he is currently being forced to pay his ex-wife $252k a year in spousal support.

PADavid Hasselhoff with his ex-wife Pamela Bach
David split from his ex Pamela Bach in 2006
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David will appear in the upcoming Baywatch movie alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson

David, who has admitted that his recent European tour was cut short due to lower than expected ticket sales, is desperately trying to stay “relevant” and hopes his upcoming reality show will help.

While he makes around $112k a month, he claims he spends over half of that and then his ex gets the rest.

According to TMZ, the star has a total of $1.79 million dollars in real estate, retirement savings and other assets.

Getty ImagesDavid Hasselhoff hugs welsh girlfriend Hayley Roberts during the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool
David and Hayley got engaged earlier this month

However, Pamela is claiming that her ex-husband is worth more than $120 million and is earning more everyday as he continues to work in the public eye.

The two will come face-to-face during a court hearing next month.

David, who split with Pamela back in 2006, got engaged to his girlfriend Hayley Roberts earlier this month.

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