The former player finally returned home after a year away from it to find that his ex-wife left it dirty and messy according to him.
Jim Edmonds, 50, is a former MLB player who was married to Meghan King, 36, and they were both on the reality show "Real Housewives of Orange County." After five years of marriage, the couple separated amid accusations of infidelity on his part.
The retired player moved out of the house they shared, leaving his ex-wife with their three children until a few days ago when King finally moved out of the property. However, things did not go as Edmonds expected because when he got home he got a surprise.
The property, according to the photos he shared on his Instagram, found some dirty rooms and garbage bags. In one of the bathrooms, there was garbage and even in the hall, the mail was scattered on the floor.
He said: “I didn’t realize that someone would leave a house this dirty and messy. I have four people in here throwing trash away that was just left behind.”
PROBLEMS COME AND GO
After a year of waiting to receive the property and be able to put it up for sale, the former athlete is not comfortable with what he found in it. Besides being dissatisfied with the cleanliness of it, it seems that he did not find everything he expected to find either.
According to comments from a nearby source, King removed some common property from the home without asking, and that upset Edmonds too. Things do not seem to cool between this former couple even though they have three children together.
CLAIMS FROM HIM
Edmonds last month publicly complained to King for what he believes is putting his children in danger of contracting Covid-19. He thinks she has a lot to explain as she was partying for Halloween in St. Louis and Miami.
She announced that she had tested positive for Covid-19 and he was surprised by the announcement. Another source close to the situation said that she went to pick up the children when they returned from their trip to Miami, putting them at risk of becoming infected.
MORE CLAIMS FROM HIM
Before King's travel inconvenience, Edmonds sued her for posting online about the cerebral palsy diagnosis of his 2-year-old son Hart, before discussing that diagnosis with him.
The mom of three wrote about his young son's diagnosis on his blog last October. It was more than a year ago that she spoke honestly about her son's periventricular leukomalacia.
As if all these claims weren't enough, Edmonds has been considering filing for custody of his three children with King. For the father of seven, three children with King, and four from a previous relationship, co-parenting becomes more difficult by the day.
King for his part denies the claims of the father of his three children about the absences from his home when he gets custody of the children. She alleges that she had a work commitment, that he knew about it, and that he too would leave town.