Xzibit Selling Home in California for $4M Following Divorce Battle
Xzibit is selling his home in California for almost $4million following his divorce from his wife and children’s mother, Krista Joiner.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Porter Ranch, California was added to Architectural Digest on Thursday January 26, 2023. The beautiful 5,710 square foot home features multiple amenities including two kitchens, a pool with a Baja shelf and a swim-up bar, a built-in fire pit and an amazing view of Los Angeles.
Krista Joiner filed for divorce in 2021 after roughly six years of marriage and 20 years of dating. Xzibit, whose born name is Alvin Nathaniel Joiner, first asked the judge not to award Krista any spousal support as he claimed to have struggled throughout the pandemic with tours and other appearances being shut down.
However, Krista alleged the rapper’s brother Jason told her Xzibit makes over $1million a month from his cannabis business Napalm, and Jason also claimed he stashed $20million for Xzibit in multiple vaults and got him cash whenever he needed it.
The entertainer commented on the allegations in a since-deleted Instagram post that called Krista’s claims “bullshit” and said “there will be blood” on her hands for spreading rumors. He then noted she and Jason “outdid” themselves this time, claiming they’ve reached a new low.
In August, the Los Angeles rapper was ordered to pay Krista $6,000 a month in support. According to the breakdown, $2,239 will go toward child support for their 10-year-old son Gatlyn, which will continue until he’s 18, and $3,702 a month will go towards temporary spousal support.
Xzibit was also ordered to pay $50,000 for Krista to hire a forensic accountant to look through his finances and another $125,000 to cover all of her legal bills.
In November of 2022, Krista filed a lawsuit against Xzibit seeking financial compensation for the rest of her life. Within the court documents, Krista’s attorney claimed that Xzibit agreed to provide financial support for her if she remained a homemaker. The lawyer argues that she held up her end of the deal, but Xzibit has not.
“In the event the parties’ relationship ended, all of the property acquired, or entities or businesses established, or which property or entities/businesses increased in value, during their relationship as a result of [Xzibit’s] skills, efforts, labor, and earnings, regardless of how the title was formally held, would be divided equally between them,” the statement read.
The suit also claims that Xzibit promised to take care of Krista’s financial well-being when she sought employment outside of the home. Krista believes she’s owed financial compensation for being a “confidant, companion, social and business partner, homemaker, housekeeper and consultant to Defendant in connection with financial and family matters.”
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