Trey Parker could be in for a fight over money with his estranged wife, who has made it clear she's after spousal support.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Boogie Parker filed her response to Trey's divorce petition. Like the "South Park" creator, she cites irreconcilable differences for the split and wants joint legal and physical custody of the couple's daughter, five-year-old Betty.
But Boogie checked the box asking the court award her spousal support, which runs directly counter to what Trey stated.
As The Blast first reported, Parker's divorce filing stated he did not want the court to order spousal support because the couple already has a prenup in place.
Boogie also left the date of separation as "TBD" while Trey Parker listed it as February 28, one week before he filed for divorce.
The couple was married on April 2, 2013.
This will be Parker's second divorce, as he was previously wed to Emma Sugiyama in 2006 in a ceremony officiated by Norman Lear.
They divorced two years later.