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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Kelsey Grammer and Camille 'fight over bed'

Published 20/03/2013

Kelsey Grammer
Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer was reportedly incensed when his ex-wife arranged to have their former martial bed removed from his home.

The American actor and Camille Grammer split in 2010 and their divorce was finalised in February the following year. Two weeks after the papers came through, Kelsey wed Kayte Walsh who he now has eight-month-old daughter Faith with.

Kelsey and Camille's split was acrimonious and they remain on trying terms.

According to New York Post, former Playboy model Camille decided to lay claim to pieces of furniture she was awarded in the divorce recently. Her move came after Kelsey and Kayte decided to move into the Holmby Hills home the actor had once shared with Camille.

"Soon after Kelsey got back in with his new bride and their baby, Faith, in January, they were greeted by movers sent by Camille to take back much of the furniture, including the king-size bed he was sharing with Kayte," reports the publication.

"Kelsey blew a gasket, a spy said, yelling at the movers not to take the marital bed."

Camille was apparently unhappy about the prospect of her ex-husband sleeping in the bed with his new wife.

She reportedly sent her assistant to the property to ensure everything she was entitled to was picked up.

"It was in the settlement that I got the bed. He got everything he wanted, the whole book collection. But he was living somewhere else. He didn’t want the bedroom furniture. He never liked the bed. He gave it up. It was really his oversight," Camille claimed.

It's reported Kelsey and Kayte decided to set up home in the $16 million property after they decided the place they were staying at previously wasn't suitable anymore.

"We don’t talk about what Camille does or doesn’t do. We all have better things to do," Kelsey's representative said.

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