Former "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay and estranged husband Bryan Abasolo, whom she...

Former "Bachelorette" Rachel Lindsay and estranged husband Bryan Abasolo, whom she met on the ABC show, are living together amid their divorce. Credit: Invision / AP / Evan Agostini

A new motion in the divorce case filed by season 13 “Bachelorette” winner Bryan Abasolo and that ABC competition’s star, Rachel Lindsay, reveals the two continue to live in the same North Hollywood, California, home in a situation Abasolo describes as “awkward and strained.”

“I want to move out of our Family Residence as soon as possible, but maintaining our standard of living is not financially feasible at this time,” wrote Abasolo, 44, in court documents obtained by Us Weekly.

“I placed my career as a chiropractor on hold to move twice for Rachel’s career,” he said. Former attorney Lindsay, 39, first was a correspondent for the entertainment news program “Extra” before going on to become an author, podcaster and TV personality. His moving from Miami proved "detrimental to my chiropractic business, while Rachel’s income and success … skyrocketed.”

Abasolo alleges Lindsay, 39, controls what had been their joint marital assets, and states he earns $1,300 monthly, less that his expenditures for rent and other costs.

Additionally, his filing says, “Rachel is claiming that our Family Residence is her sole and separate property, even though I believe that the majority, if not all, of the $466,000 down payment on our Family Residence came from community property earned during our marriage.”

Abasolo requests attorney’s fees and forensic accountant’s fees in order “to compete with Rachel’s litigation team and secure my entitlement to one-half of our community property.”

Lindsay did not respond to the magazine’s request for comment. The couple had married Aug. 24, 2019, and Abasolo filed for divorce this Jan. 2. A hearing is scheduled for July 10.

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