David Hasselhoff And Pamela Bach Filed For Divorce Over Irreconcilable Differences

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David Hasselhoff has a wonderful career, but the same cannot be said of his personal life, particularly with his second wife. People born in the 2000s and after are unlikely to know Hasselhoff, which is a shame for him and the cultural importance he represents. However, Hasselhoff has been a household figure for a long time, having been in blockbusters such as Baywatch and Knight Rider. The great majority of young people who have heard of Hasselhoff are aware of his public drinking problems. Let’s take a look at his nasty and drawn-out court fights with his second wife as he eventually settles down with his third wife.

The Brief First Marriage of David Hasselhoff

With Knight Rider, Hasselhoff had a full schedule. So it’s not unexpected that he’s made preparations to marry co-star Catherine Hickland. In the 1980s, their relationship was the talk of the town, so much so that their marriage was rebuilt as part of the performance. The union, on the other hand, did not endure long. The pair could no longer refer to one other as husband and wife in 1989. In 1992, Hickland remarried.

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Problems with the Second Wife

The heartthrob did not give up hope of meeting another woman to call his wife. Soon after, he married Pamela Bach. Bach was a Knight Rider actress when they first met in 1986. While Hasselhoff’s divorce from Hickland cannot be blamed on an affair with Bach, the new couple enjoyed a lengthy marriage. However, the higher one rises, the harder one falls, and the Hasselhoff-Bach divorce is one of the messiest and most devastating to either of their careers.

After 16 years of marriage, the couple filed for divorce in 2006 due to “irreconcilable disagreements.” After their divorce, Hasselhoff was required to pay his ex-wife $21,000 every month. During their divorce, the couple had to struggle for custody of their two daughters, Taylor and Hayley. The actor, on the other hand, was granted full custody of two children. After months of legal fighting, his ex-wife was granted visitation rights.

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David Hasselhoff and Hayley Roberts

Then, before to the decision, his access to the girls was temporarily suspended since a video showing him drunk was given to the court. Finally, the court ordered that the actor should have exclusive legal and physical custody of the children, who were 17 and 14 years old at the time the lawsuit was filed. Ten years later, in 2016, he admitted to the court that he was bankrupt. The actor said that he participated in the Baywatch film to keep “current,” but he was unsuccessful. He also disclosed that he makes $112k each month but spends $66k after taxes and living costs. He seldom preserves anything after that.

No one, according to Bach, wants to employ a mid-50s actress for any part. Despite her attempts, she was unable to get any jobs. Spousal support was reduced to $10,000 per month in 2017. Bach further alleged that despite having jet skis, yachts, trusts, and a mansion, he never gave her $1 million to balance their assets after they divorced. When they divorced, she received just $325,000. The Knight Rider star told the courts he was approaching retirement and couldn’t afford the $10,000 monthly payments. He claimed to be paying spousal support out of his retirement money. By November of that year, however, it had been decided that he would only pay her $5000.

Current Relationship Regardless of Age Difference

As a judge on Britain’s Got Talent in 2011, Hasselhoff met his future third wife, Hayley Roberts, in the lobby of a Cardiff hotel. She allegedly asked for his signature, which he agreed to provided she first handed him her mobile phone number. Prior to their meeting, Roberts was working as a cosmetics artist at a department shop. It didn’t take long for the two to become more than simply acquaintances, and the couple announced their engagement in 2016. They married two years later.

The ceremony in Italy was attended by a small number of intimate friends and family members, including the actor’s two children. Despite their almost thirty-year age gap, it is fair to assume that Hasselhoff and Roberts are still as happy as ever.