FAIRFAX, Va. — A Virginia judge on Monday temporarily sealed divorce records for Stephen Moore, President Trump’s presumptive nominee for the Federal Reserve board, adding to the tax and child-support drama surrounding the pending nomination. A Circuit Court judge in Fairfax County issued a temporary injunction sealing the 2011 divorce records at the request of Mr. Moore’s former wife, Allison Moore. The court order does not list Mr. Moore as opposing the request. The judge scheduled a Friday hearing on the merits of keeping the documents under seal. Those records, posted online Monday by The Guardian, which first reported details of the divorce, show that a judge found Mr. Moore in contempt of court in March 2013 for failing to pay more than $330,000 in spousal support, child support, attorney’s fees and a one-time fee to his ex-wife. Mr. Moore had failed to pay six consecutive months of child support — and only a small fraction of the nearly $19,000 a month he had agreed to pay his ex-wife in the divorce settlement — at the time of the ruling. According to the records, Mr. Moore failed to respond to repeated requests from the Virginia court to make payments and… Read full this story
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