Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's post-divorce "Magic Mike" battle strains co-parenting relationship

Sources reveal immense tension over "Magic Mike" profits, with Tatum allegedly resisting a fair settlement.

Pop Culture & Art April 17, 2024

Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's ongoing divorce battle over "Magic Mike" profits is reported to have severely strained their relationship. 

A source close to the situation revealed to Us Weekly that the lengthy legal dispute and the upcoming trial have created "immense tension" between the exes.

Dewan is determined to secure her fair share of the profits as per California law, while Tatum reportedly believes her claims are unfair.  Despite both expressing a desire to move on, they remain at an impasse. While Dewan has found love with Steve Kazee and Tatum is engaged to Zoë Kravitz, sources say their relationship is "messy behind closed doors."

The conflict centres on Tatum's alleged lack of transparency about his "Magic Mike" earnings. 

Dewan's legal team claims the project was developed with their joint effort and she's entitled to half the intellectual property.

While the former couple maintains a strong co-parenting front for their daughter Everly, sources say their communication is otherwise limited and the legal battle is taking a toll. 

An insider, talking to Us Weekly, alleged that Tatum is actively trying to avoid paying Dewan what she's owed, further fueling the tension.


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