Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is no longer opposed to paying Maria Shriver spousal support, TheWrap has confirmed.
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He also is now willing to pay attorney fees and court costs, according to a brief he filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court Monday, amending earlier claims.
When the former governor initially filed papers responding to Shriver's divorce petition, he checked boxes asking that he not have to pay spousal support and that both he and Shriver would jointly pay court costs and legal fees.
Shriver filed for divorce on July 1 — just short of two months after the couple separated.
On May 17, Schwarzenegger acknowledged that he had fathered a child with the family's longtime housekeeper.