Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband Brandon Blackstock was spotted at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Tuesday amid his ongoing divorce with the entertainer.
Blackstock, 44, donned a brown leather vest over a brown and blue flannel top with jeans and brown boots as he made his way out of the travel hub.
The Fort Worth, Texas native rounded out his ensemble with a black ball cap, white face mask and held a black carryon luggage as he chat with TMZ about the terms in the ongoing divorce.
Out and about: Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband Brandon Blackstock, 44, was spotted at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Tuesday amid his ongoing divorce with the entertainer
'The judge hasn't ruled on anything yet,' Blackstock told the outlet in a clip, before refusing to comment on the rest of the situation.
The outlet noted that the presiding judge in the case has made a decision in terms of upholding the prenuptial agreement, negating Blackstock's claims to the ranch.
'The Court therefore rejects [Blackstock's] position that the Montana Ranch and other Montana properties are marital property owned 50/50 by the Parties,' the judge's September 30 order in the case read, according to TMZ.
Clarkson has been making efforts to dissuade Blackstock from remaining on the ranch, an insider told the outlet.
Blackstock donned a brown leather vest over a brown and blue flannel top with jeans and brown boots as he made his way out of the travel hub
Details: Clarkson has been making efforts to dissuade Blackstock from remaining on a Montana ranch purchased during the marriage, an insider told the outlet
Better times: Clarkson and Blackstock were seen in January of 2020 in Santa Monica, California
The divorce last month was finalized, while the former couple continues to work out their custody and property claims through the legal system.
According to legal docs reviewed by People, Blackstock had told the court the Montana property was 'marital property,' but the judge ruled it was Clarkson's since her money was used to purchase it.
Blackstock in court docs sought the court to divide assets both earned amid the span of the seven-year marriage.
Clarkson was previously ordered to pay Blackstock $200,000 monthly to cover child and spousal support expenses, according to the outlet, as a source said that he had asked for $436,000 monthly.
Clarkson initially filed for divorce from Blackstock in June of 2020; the former pair share kids River Rose, seven, and Remington Alexander, five.
An insider told the outlet this past August that Clarkson has been 'more than fine' in the wake of the split, as 'she is doing great and facing forward.
'She's enjoying the fact that she has the kids for the vast majority of the time and is enjoying time spent with them.'