Branche, 57, is a psychologist and marathon runner who attended Brown University.
Holloway did not comment on the ruling, but four days after it was released, he issued a statement saying he is committed to his children and believes that the court was misled about his compensation and assets.
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He tried to hide million in assets, took out equity on the family’s Manhattan apartment despite a court order barring the move and failed to pay child support, the Appellate Division decision said.
“The court also properly considered [Holloway’s] egregious economic faults in liquidating, dissipating assets or failing to account for more than million in assets — which represents approximately 25 percent of the marital estate — as well as his failure to disclose various accounts and the fact that he increased the encumbrances on the marital home in violation of a court order,” the decision said.
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