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Kathy Griffin's Estranged Husband Asks for Spousal Support After She Hired Private Investigator amid Divorce

In December, PEOPLE confirmed that the comedian had filed for divorce after four years of marriage, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split

<p>FilmMagic</p> Randy Bick and Kathy Griffin attend HBO

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Randy Bick and Kathy Griffin attend HBO's Official 2019 Emmy After Party on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Kathy Griffin’s estranged husband Randy Bick has responded to the comedian’s petition for divorce after she hired a private investigator to locate him.

In the court filing obtained by PEOPLE, Bick requested spousal support and attorney’s fees be covered by Griffin in accordance with the former couple’s prenuptial agreement.

The legal response comes after Griffin, 63, revealed in court documents obtained by PEOPLE that she has been unable to serve Bick with divorce papers because his whereabouts remain unknown.

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Since leaving their shared home at Griffin's request, Bick has "not been in contact with her" or shared where he is "residing or staying." Despite her efforts in hiring a private investigator to track him down, the documents claimed that "this too has been unsuccessful."

"[Griffin] will make further attempts to locate [Bick] and will now take steps to enter his default," the brief continued.

In December, PEOPLE confirmed that the Suddenly Susan star had filed for divorce after four years of marriage and cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split.

<p>Kathy Griffin Instagram</p> Kathy Griffin and Randy Bick

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Kathy Griffin and Randy Bick

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Per documents obtained by PEOPLE, Griffin listed their date of separation as Dec. 22, 2023 and requested that the court terminate spousal support for both parties. She also asked that the court enforce a prenuptial agreement they put into place on Dec. 23, 2019.

Griffin and Bick began dating in 2011 and briefly split in 2018 before getting back together and getting married in January 2020.

Upon celebrating her first Valentine's Day since her separation from Bick, the actress shared a pointed message on X (formerly known as Twitter).

“I’m getting divorced. F--- Valentine’s Day and f--- all of you. Did I say that? Thank God I have three shows this weekend,” she said, referring to her My Life on the PTSD-List tour. “I’m going to make every member of the audience my personal Valentine regardless of sexual orientation.”

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Griffin also shared photos of herself running down the aisle of a plane while wearing a white lace bra on Instagram. “This is my Valentine’s Day mood board 😘 Gurrrl down!!!” she captioned the post.

She shared the same photos on X with the caption, “My Valentines Day plans.” 

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