Dennis Hopper Divorce Case: Key Issues Settled by Judge

The Dennis Hopper divorce case continued yesterday, with the judge ruling that Hopper’s soon-to-be ex-wife and daughter can live on his property, while the couple try to resolve their bitter divorce and the Hollywood actor fights prostate cancer.

Superior Court judge Amy Pellman, also ordered Hopper to pay $12,000 a month in spousal and child support. According to Associated Press, 73-year old Hopper did not attend yesterday’s hearing, but was repeatedly described as “desperately ill” by his attorney.

Dennis Hopper Divorce Case: Key Issues Settled by Judge

Hopper’s three adult children – who are from previous marriages – did attend however, but did not speak. Judge Pellman sternly told both sides that they needed to come together, during what appears to be the “Easy Rider” and “Speed” actor’s final days.

Yesterday’s rulings came after two months of bickering in court filings, which includes allegations of abuse by both sides, and jockeying for financial position. The couple has been married for 14 years, but Hopper filed for a divorce back in January.

After the hearing, Victoria Duffy Hopper said “It’s heartbreaking and I hope it can be amicably resolved.” Victoria has been living in a house at Hopper’s Venice compound, which is also said to be the home of one of his adult children.

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  • Penny Granger

    It seems that everyone involved in this travesty from the courts on down are greedy, self-important and vile. But only Mr. Hopper is fighting with one **** tied behind his back (so to speak). But what drama! I can't wait to get married! Where's Al Pacino?