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Jeremy Renner's Ex-Wife Accuses Him Of Being Reckless With Daughter's Health During Pandemic

By Ryan Naumann

Jeremy Renner’s ex-wife Sonny Pacheco is demanding the court force the actor to take a COVID test, believing he has not been following the safety guidelines around their daughter Ava.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Sonny is asking the court to force Jeremy to submit to a drug test along with a Covid-19 test. She says she fears for their young daughter’s well-being.

Jeremy and Sonny have been fighting over custody and support of their kid for years. He recently asked the court to slash his monthly child support from $30k to $11k.

In newly filed court documents, Sonny says she needs time to prepare for the child support battle. She wants to grill Jeremy and his business manager about his claims his income has drastically decreased.

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Sonny accuses Jeremy of refusing to turn over drug test results to her. He has been voluntarily taking the tests after she accused him of substance abuse issues. She claimed Jeremy has a “long history of alcohol and drug abuse which has persisted since before the parties’ marriage, through divorce and post-judgment.”

In the docs, Sonny claims Jeremy has had custody of Ava and taken her to his home in Reno. She says while at the home Jeremy is not following the proper social distancing guidelines and having a ton of guests over at his home.

She said, “it appears that Respondent is not following pandemic safety guidelines, including while Ava is in his custody, particularly in his Reno home. The evidence strongly suggests that Respondent has numerous people in his Reno house without wearing masks. The participants include several young women.”


Jeremy fired back asking the court to shut down Sonny’s request. He believes she has no right to force him to hand over his drug test results or take a COVID test. The actor believes this is just another attempt for her to harass him during the court battle.

His response reads, “there is absolutely no basis for this Court to grant the requested relief with respect to a drug test. Likewise, there is no basis for this Court to order Respondent to take a Covid test when there is no evidentiary basis that he has been exposed to Covid.

A court hearing has been scheduled for August 20.

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