9:55 AM: Both sides just finished their arguments about why the other party is holding things up. Perla's attorney, Marty Singer, pointed out that the rockstar made $45 million last year and is worried that financial information may have been concealed. Slash's attorney claimed Perla was not deceived with anything, and also made it clear that they believe the Guns N' Roses money is his alone.
They also both entered a judgment, that the judge signed, making them both single.
9:20 AM: The judge in the case just granted the supbonea for the Instagram records, explaining there is sufficient evidence that someone with inside knowledge of their situation is posting public messages.
We're told Slash appears calm and focused.
Slash threw on his fanciest leather jacket and headed downtown to meet his estranged wife in court and hopefully bring an end to their volatile divorce.
The Guns n' Roses legend just walked into the Los Angeles courthouse, and we're told he's draped in black, including a leather jacket, with only one arm in the sleeve, and black jeans.
We're told Slash is wearing his hair down, and left his trademark top hat at home for the trip to court. He also brought along his formidable legal team as they prepare to battle it out with Perla Ferrar and her lawyers.
As we reported, the ex-couple has been going back and forth for quite some time. Slash accused Perla of dragging her feet in the divorce, but she claims the rocker is hiding money and financial information that could greatly impact the amount of support she gets.
Perla also believes Slash's girlfriend is behind a string of Instagram threats and has been lobbying for Slash's internet logs be turned over to help identify the culprit.
The fireworks are set to kick off shortly, we'll keep you updated.