David Hasselhoff, best-known for his work on ’80s show Knight Rider, ’90s beach drama Baywatch and his post-TV musical career, claims he’s flat broke and wants his ex-wife to stop harassing him.
According to the Hoff (as he’s known), he’s currently got less than $4,000 in his bank account.
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His ex-wife, Pamela Bach, 52, is allegedly after spousal support to the tune of $252,000 a year, but Hasselhoff, 63, insists he doesn’t have any to give. He is currently seeking to lower that monthly payment as the two battle it out over spousal support.
Future acting prospects aren’t looking very good, either, he claims.
Hasselhoff says poor ticket sales cut his European tour short, and at best, his reality show Hoff the Record is a gamble in terms of solid income.
He insists he’s trying to stay “relevant” in pop culture. Indeed, he’s making an appearance in Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Baywatch movie. He admits to grossing $112,000 per month, but spends $66,000 and gives Bach the rest, which doesn’t leave him with much.
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TMZ says Hasselhoff has a total of $1.79 million in real estate, retirement savings, cars, jewelry, art and other smaller assets.
Bach’s account is very different, claiming he’s worth over $120 million, with real estate all over the world.
The divorced couple, who split in 2006, has a court hearing at the end of May. Hasselhoff got engaged to his 34-year-old girlfriend Hayley Roberts earlier this month.
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