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After announcing their split in 2018, Channing Tatum and ex Jenna Dewan are still fighting over funds in their divorce.

Exes Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are still at odds over their finances.

Dewan, 40, has asked for the court to intervene by requesting a trial in her divorce case from Tatum, 41, according to TMZ. The former couple finalised their divorce in 2019, but still have some issues to settle – specifically the money made by Tatum’s Magic Mike franchise.

According to the report, Dewan helped Tatum find the right choreographer for the Magic Mike live shows in Las Vegas. When the show opened up in London, Dewan packed up and moved the family overseas to support Tatum’s venture. Now the parents of seven-year-old Everly aren’t seeing eye-to-eye over their individual percentages, despite reportedly being in “intense mediation” recently.

There are other issues still on the table, according to the TMZ report, including some property assets and spousal support.

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Tatum and Dewan announced their split in April 2018 after nearly nine years of marriage and the birth of their daughter, Everly, in 2013. They officially filed for divorce later that year.

“This has been a long time coming. They fell out of love,” a source told Page Six at the time.

The newly single parents moved on, with Tatum dating singer Jessie J, 33, and Dewan dating Tony winner Steve Kazee, 45.

While Tatum and Jessie J’s romance has been on-again/off-again, Dewan and Kazee got engaged in February 2020 after just over a year of dating. The couple then welcomed their first child together, son Callum, one month later.

This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission

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