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Jane Lynch and Lara Embry were married about three years. During those three years Lara claims that she grew used to a certain lifestyle and now has expenses that justify asking Jane Lynch for $93K a month in spousal support. So, yeah, she wants about $1M a year to make sure that Jane keeps supporting her the way Jane was supporting her before. Lara is a doctor but doesn't seem to make any of her own money and really enjoyed using Jane's money. Lara did get really lucky because Jane had a dramatic upswing in her yearly salary after they got together and especially after they got married. Jane earns about $250K a month so Lara thinks that $93K is a fair amount. I don't think a judge will give it to her and unless Jane can get another series that pays as much as Glee does when the series ends its run Jane will just end up going back to court to get it reduced.
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