Remember Regina in 'The Steve Harvey Show'? Her ex allegedly wants $10k monthly in spousal support
Known as Regina “Piggy” Grier on the “Steve Harvey Show,” actress Wendy Raquel Robinson was reportedly demanded with spousal support by her estranged husband.
Robinson, according to reports, abandoned her husband, Marco Perkins, after he went through a stroke in 2015.
Now, TMZ revealed that Perkins is demanding a monthly payment of $10,000 for spousal support after he filed for divorce on August 17, in Los Angeles, California.
Perkins alleged that the 51-year-old actress left him “destitute after his illness,” as revealed by the court documents obtained by the media outlet.
Robinson’s husband supposedly requested the said amount per month because he had “enjoyed a lavish lifestyle” when he was still together with Robinson.
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He filed for divorce after he and Robinson shared 15 years of marriage. At present, they have no minor children.
In 2000, the estranged couple first met when Robinson hosted an NBA playoff party at her home. They were soon married in 2003.
Robinson is still expected to make a statement about the divorce.
As for her career, she was most famous for playing Regina on the “Steve Harvey Show” from 1996 up until 2002. By
2006, she was cast as Tasha Mack on the series, “The Game.” She remained on the show until 2015.
This 2018, Robinson has made appearances on “Dear White People” and “Raven’s Home.”
She also took part in two movies this year, which are “Revival!” – currently in post-production – and the TV movie, “Grand Hotel” – in pre-production.
Recently, Robinson wowed her followers on Instagram when she uploaded a collage of photos on her page, flaunting her outfit and big curls.
The actress dressed up in a one-shoulder shirt and striped, yellow pants for an event where she was the commencement keynote speaker.