Shannon Beador Reportedly Receives Harassing Text Messages About Her Weight From Ex-Husband David Beador

A couple of weeks ago, Shannon Beador appeared on Sirius XM satellite radio show, Jeff Lewis Live!, where hosts Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos surprised her by reading what they said were text messages that David had allegedly sent her after their split and they are pretty cruel.

Jeff said Shannon had “accidentally” forwarded the messages to him. David has not commented on the texts, whose authenticity could not be confirmed independently. However, during the interview, Shannon did not dispute their alleged content and mostly laughed at what was said, E! News reports.

One of the texts, read by Jenni, allegedly said, “”F*ck you. So tired of you. You f*cking disgust me. F*ck you. What do you have to do? Eat? Because you can’t get off your fat ass.”

Another allegedly read, “World ending tonight? You get out of your pajamas today? Sleep ’til two. The sad part is your bitch behavior is normal for you. F*k you.”

“Oh my gosh you guys. What do you mean I sent that to you?” Shannon told the co-hosts. “Are you kidding me? Oh my God. Oh my God. That was a couple months ago.”

Shannon later denied that David currently sends her similar texts. She told PEOPLE that she wasn’t interested in getting to a war of words with her ex-husband.

“As David and I continue our divorce proceedings, I’m doing everything I can to move things efficiently along so that our three children are not subjected to unnecessary stress during an already difficult time,” she said. “I want to be as fair as possible. I remain focused on a clean resolution and have no interest in engaging in a war of words.”

David is getting more heated from the divorce process, as he also allegedly turned the water off in the home she shares with daughters Sophie, 16, and twins Stella and Adeline, 13.

During a recent court appearance David was ordered to pay Shannon $30,000 per month for temporary non-taxable child and spousal support, court documents state. But Shannon and her lawyer proposed a smaller amount of $22,500 per month.

Payments are without prejudice and subject to retroactive modification dating back to Dec. 1, 2017, the date Shannon filed for divorce. They’ll meet again in court in July, where an accountant analyzing each party’s income will present results for the judge.

If the support order is greater than $22,500 per month, David will owe Shannon additional support for the period; if the order is less than $22,500 per month, Shannon will be charged with the excess support she has received.


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