“His reported income is about $300,000 a month,” Meyer said. “He’s been able to out-lawyer a woman who doesn’t have the finances or the celebrity to combat him.”

Meyer argued in California’s Ventura County Superior Court in favor of “family reunification” — the idea that a child turned by one parent against the other needs to be reunited with the aggrieved parent.

“Even drunks and addicts get to call and see their children,” Meyer said.

But Åberg didn’t help her cause when she confronted Anka’s third wife, Lisa Pemberton, outside the courtroom and shouted, “Get a life!”

Pemberton calmly replied, “I have a life . . . with your child.”


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This article originally appeared on Page Six By Richard Johnson New York Post