Jeremy Renner requests child support reduction due to coronavirus pandemic

Jeremy Renner claims the coronavirus pandemic is already putting a financial strain on his bank account.

The “Hawkeye” star filed a request on Monday in Los Angeles to lower his child support payments since many of the productions he had lined up this year are “likely canceled or postponed” due to the outbreak, according to court documents obtained by TMZ.

Renner, 49, currently pays his ex, Sonni Pacheco, about $30,000 a month for their 6-year-old daughter Ava’s housing, food, transportation and clothing. He has requested the payments be lowered to $11,000.

However, the actor is also accusing Pacheco, 28, of mismanaging those funds.

“Sonny’s voracious appetite for Jeremy’s money has no end in sight,” Renner’s attorney said, per TMZ.

Page Six has reached out to Pacheco for a comment.

Since their split in 2014, the exes have been involved in a bitter custody battle.

In October, Renner accused his “sex-obsessed” ex-wife of sending nude photos to their custody evaluator.

Pacheco told us in response at the time, “My focus is and has always been on the safety and well-being of my 6-year-old daughter. I have full confidence that the facts will come out in court.”

The Canadian later alleged Renner bit their daughter, leaving a bruise on her shoulder, in court documents obtained by The Post.

Renner’s rep said Pacheco’s claims were “categorically not true and another straight-out character assassination made by Ms. Pacheco and her attorney.”

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