Jane Lynch’s Estranged Wife Lara Embry — I Want More Money!

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Jane Lynch
and Dr. Lara Embry”s “amicable” divorce just turned “unfriendly” … because Embry is making a full-court press for Jane”s bank accounts — to the tune of $93,809 a month in spousal support!

In new legal docs, obtained by our sources, Embry says for the last 3 years, Jane”s average monthly income has been $234,688.  Embry also says when she married Lynch, Jane told her she had $400,000 in her savings and 401K combined, and owned her home.

Embry says of her “Glee” wife, “Her income, investments and assets increased dramatically with her newfound acting success.” 

Embry — who says she wants Jane to support her in the lifestyle to which she gladly became accustomed — says during their marriage Jane paid for everything, including lavish vacations.

Embry says she and Jane typically racked up $40k a month on their credit cards.

Sources tell us … Jane is already providing Embry with support.  In fact, Embry and her daughter are living in the house Jane bought and Jane temporarily moved elsewhere.  But the house is a big sticking point.  Embry says they sunk $3 mil into the house for renovations and from the docs it seems she either wants the house or a 50% cut.

Sources tell us the couple did not have a prenup, which means assets acquired during the marriage will probably be split 50/50.

Jane filed to end her three-year marriage to Lara in July, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The two first met in 2009 at a fundraiser in San Francisco. They were married a year later in Massachusetts.

Jane said recently the financial negotiations have been friendly, adding, “It”s just money.”  Right.