Television host Ant McPartlin and his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong continue to fight for divorce money.
McPartlin, known for his partnership with Declan Donnelly in Ant and Dec, announced earlier this year that he was leaving his wife.
Last year, a 42-year-old patient underwent rehabilitation after struggling with a two-year addiction to super-strong painkillers in 2015 after a knee surgery.
In April, he was banned from the road for 20 months and fined £ 86,000 for driving while the legal driving-driver limit was more than double.
Following this, McPartlin announced it is back on its TV commitments.
Here are the latest events in Ant and Lisa's divorce war:
Is the couple divorced?
The divorce of the couple has already been finalized.
In October, Judge Alun Jenkins issued a decree in Central Family Court in London.
What happened since then?
On Monday, Lisa attended the preliminary hearing about the division of the assets of the Supreme Court Family Division in London.
Ant, however, did not participate, and the presenter's spokesperson did not want to be ve disrespectful Ancak to the court.
He said: ğ The media attorney said he didn't have to go to the ant today.
"There was absolutely no intention to disrespect the court."
What did the judge say?
Justice Mosyn questioned why the server was not available and confirmed that it was mad told in that the court was not shown.
Justice Mosyn, lawyer Jonathan Southgate, who led Ant's law team, told QC "Why isn't he here?" He asked.
He added: "There is no law for the celebrity and the rest of the community.
"The rules should be said here – and this can be reported."
The judge, McPartlin, contacted with absenteeism, showing a reason for excuse, he said.
How much of the divorce struggle can be reported?
The trial was specially staged and Mr Justice Mostyn set limits on what could be reported.
Journalists can name the persons concerned, but the judge has decided not to give details of his confidential financial information.
He also said that Ant's address could not be disclosed in the trial reports.
The server asked the judge to introduce reporting restrictions.
Alright what now?
More hearings are expected in the near future.