Cher’s daughter-in-law accuses her of refusing to return property

There are a whole new set of accusations against it Cher made by her son’s estranged wife, including the “Believe” singer allegedly hiding his whereabouts and blocking access to him.

In new court documents obtained by ET, MarieAngela King requests that the court force Elijah Blue Allman to attend the estranged couple’s next divorce hearing after he missed Friday’s trial conference to update the court on the divorce case. King claims she hasn’t seen Allman in more than six months, and she points the finger at the 77-year-old singer, who allegedly “continues to interfere with his health management, as well as his location and accessibility.”

According to court documents filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court and as part of her ongoing divorce battle with Cher’s son, which has been dragging on for nearly a year, King claims that on April 21, she and Allman agreed to a stay of six months into their divorce case. so they could work on their marriage. But shortly after that hearing, court documents show, Cher’s son “disappeared and I have not seen him in person since the end of April 2023, which is exactly six months ago.”

“Unfortunately, [Allman] has not fulfilled his promise and appears to have wasted my time, and that of the Court,” the documents say.


In addition, King is asking that Allman be forced to pay more than $40,000 in back spousal support and return her car, as well as the belongings and documents in the car. She also asks the court to force him to hand over items to a storage facility. According to her, her possessions include works of art by Michael Jackson. King claims that Cher has these items in her Malibu home, but she refuses to turn them over.

ET has reached out to Cher’s rep for comment. The estranged couple’s next divorce hearing is scheduled for February 8, 2024.

This is the latest in the ongoing divorce battle between King and Allman. It was in September when Cher made headlines after King accused her of hiring four men to kidnap her son from a hotel room in New York in an attempt to stop him from reconciling with her. Those documents were filed on December 5, but only recently made headlines after the case was exposed by the media.


In those court documents, obtained by ET, King claimed she was told Cher hired four men to remove Allman from a hotel room on the night of their wedding anniversary. She claimed they had spent 12 days alone together since November 18, but that all changed on November 30, when four people burst into their hotel room and “deleted it.” [Allman] from our room.”

“One of the four men who took him told me they were hired by petitioner’s mother,” court documents state. “Since August 2022, I have been told that I am not allowed to see or speak [Allman] who is currently in lockdown in a treatment center unknown to me. I’ve been told that too [Allman] doesn’t have access to his phone.”

Following King’s claims, Cher denied the allegations in a statement People and called “the rumor… untrue.”

Cher and ex-husband Gregg Allman share Allman, born July 10, 1976. She and late ex-husband Sonny Bono, who performed together as Sonny & Cher, share son Chaz Bono, born March 4, 1969.

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