According to Lambgoat:

At the time of Tim Lambesis’ arrest, he was living with girlfriend, Amanda. Those two, in addition to a roommate, were living Carlsbad. … In her most recent filings, dated Aug. 7, 2013, Meggan estimated that Tim’s income was $14,088 per month; she came to that figure from information she had for the time period November 2012 through February 2013.

On Aug. 2, 2013, Meggan Lambesis filed a civil suit, seeking significant monetary damages from her not-yet-ex-husband. … Meggan claims “personal injury” and “assault, domestic violence” and “intentional infliction of emotional distress;” these injuries from when her husband allegedly hired a hitman.

In this case, Meggan Lambesis is asking $1 million for emotional distress and $25,000 in medical expenses to date, in addition to $75,000 for future medical expenses and $1 million in punitive damages. The suit also seeks attorneys’ fees.

The next milestone for the civil suit is a court date in April 2014.

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