Robert De Niro alleged that he was close to bankruptcy due to the pandemic, but according to his ex-wife, he doesn't want to pay what he owes after the divorce.
Robert De Niro claims to be on the verge of bankruptcy due to the pandemic that would have had many consequences on his finances, as well as having to deal with a complicated divorce that would have a significant role on his financial situation. The actor's lawyers have tried to clarify the situation, however for now the case appears to be rather complicated between criticisms and denials.
Grace Hightower, ex-wife of Robert De Niro, accused the ex-spouse of lowering the credit card ceiling from 100 thousand to 50 thousand dollars, as well as banishing their children from the estate where the actor is spending these months during the Coronavirus emergency. The star's attorneys, on the other hand, claim that the cut in the figure is caused by the difficulties that their client is facing after the temporary closure of its Nobu restaurant chain and the Greenwich Hotel. Locals reportedly lost $ 3 million in April, posting further losses estimated at 1.87 million in May.