Jamie McCourt says ex has $18 million for support

March 24, 2010|By Sports Digest

Former Los Angeles Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt says her estranged husband has at least $18 million available that could help pay for her spousal support in the couple's divorce case, according to court documents. Jamie McCourt, who grew up in Pikesville, said Frank McCourt continues to live a lavish lifestyle while she has mounting bills and doesn't draw any income. She estimated she has about $4 million in savings and roughly $450,000 in cash that will quickly run out because of monthly mortgage payments of about $415,000 on the couple's homes and vacation properties, according to the documents filed Monday.

Major League Soccer: Commissioner Don Garber is angry that District of Columbia officials haven't come up with a plan for a new stadium for D.C. United. "I just can't understand why we can't make progress in D.C.," he said. The Maryland Stadium Authority is considering the feasibility of building a 20,000-seat stadium for United along the redeveloped Westport waterfront.

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