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Marvel actor Jeremy Renner and ex-wife Sonni Pacheco are engaged in one of the most extraordinary bitter Hollywood divorces in years, with both sides launching allegations that are so unnerving, they make Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s split seem amicable by comparison.
These are the 5 Most Disturbing Allegations in the Jeremy Renner, Sonni Pacheo Divorce Battle:
1. Breach of Privacy:
Renner has accused his ex-wife Sonni Pacheco of sending nude photos of him to their custody evaluator to cause him “extreme embarrassment.”
Renner, 48, said Pacheco, 28, only had naked pics of him because she sent him nudes first and requested that he do the same, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.
The “Avengers” star also accuses Pacheco of tracking down racy photos of their 6-year-old daughter Ava’s nanny.
2. Sexual Addiction:
Renner claims Pacheco is obsessed with sex, which he says is evidenced in her artwork. He is reportedly concerned that their child is being exposed to “such dark, graphic, sexual material on a daily basis.”
3. Drug Addiction:
Pacheco claims Renner regularly abuses drugs and alcohol in front of their daughter.
Renner, however, insists he does not abuse drugs or alcohol and claims he submitted to random drug testing for 3 months to defeat Sonni’s claims. According to Renner, those tests all came back negative.
Further, Renner claims it is Pacheco who abuses drugs, adding that she has severe mental health issues.
4. Threats of Suicide:
Pacheco claims that last November, Renner put a gun in his mouth and threatened to kill her while he was drunk and high on cocaine.
5. Sexual Abuse of a Minor:
Pacheco says Renner sexually and physically abused their daughter, Ava. Renner denies the claims, adding that his ex-wife is ‘obsessed’ with demonizing him.
None of the claims put forth by Renner or Pacheco have been substantiated, and both sides deny any wrongdoing. One thing is NOT in dispute, however: the couple’s 6-year-old daughter is going to need a s**t load of counseling one day.