David Hasselhoff slashes spousal support to ex
David Hasselhoff has slashed the spousal support he pays to his ex-wife by over $10,000.
The former 'Baywatch' actor had asked to cut his payments to Pamela Bach, 52, who he was married to from 1989 to 2006, after claiming he had just $4,000 in the bank and the pair have now agreed to adjust the figure from $21,000 to $10,000, per month, according to TMZ.
This comes just one month after David, 63, asked a Superior Court judge in Los Angeles to end the payments, claiming he could no longer afford them.
David claims he makes $112,000 a month and spends $66,000 but his ex-wife argued her case, insisting that he is worth millions and has property all over the world.
The former couple have daughters Hayley, 23 and Taylor-Ann, 26, together.
Meanwhile, David proposed to his girlfriend Hayley Roberts recently, five years after they met when she asked for his autograph.
Speaking of his decision to get down on one knee, the former 'Baywatch' star said: "I had a saying, 'You don't get married because you want to live with someone, you get married because you can't live without them.' I felt that way. I knew that I was really unhappy without her."
But the proposal didn't go quite to plan as the 36-year-old blonde beauty thought her beau was pulling her leg at first.
She explained: "I thought he was just joking around at first. He's asked me before, but it was never for real. Then he pulled out the ring. I cried so hard that he didn't get around to actually asking, 'Will you marry me?' until about 10 minutes later."