Ioan Gruffudd and Alice Evans pictured in 2018 (Getty Images)

Ioan Gruffudd and Alice Evans pictured in 2018 (Getty Visuals)

Alice Evans said she’s “out of dollars for food and bills” amid her divorce from fellow actor Ioan Gruffudd.

Gruffudd and Evans divided on 1 January, 2021 right after 13 many years of marriage. Previously this yr it was described that Gruffud, 48, experienced sought a restraining order from Evans, saying that she had threatened verbally on multiple situations to “do to me what Amber Heard did to Johnny Depp”.

In an Instagram put up of her and Gruffudd’s youngest daughter Elsie, eight, jumping up and down, Evans wrote: “Trying to keep it all collectively even though staying threatened, entirely out of cash for food items and expenditures and just observed out anyone tried to crack down our outdoors doorway very last night time!”

She extra: “But it is all worthy of it for this [her daughter]! ( And the just one who presently does not want to be photographed. )

“Whatevs. Most of all, I will be the very best mom I can potentially be. Permanently. They will never get rid of me. Thank you most people for so a lot appreciate and assistance! Obtaining a little bit of a tough moment!”

The 53-yr-outdated, who has starred in Lost and The Vampire Diaries, shared the write-up the identical day she introduced a GoFundMe campaign asking for $25,000 (£20,000) to support shell out for a divorce law firm.



In the page’s description, she wrote: “I under no circumstances in a million several years thought I would be undertaking this.

“… Nonetheless in August 2020, just as the pandemic was actually kicking in, my whole entire world fell apart. Since that date I have been not only struggling as a single mother to my infants, but also hoping to address bills and food and lawful service fees (ha! do not even talk to me about legal charges) which dwarf any other cost in my lifestyle and have last but not least drained every thing – discounts, acccounts, pension, the lot.

“Yesterday all my accounts ran out and I couldn’t invest in anything. On the exact same day, my husband’s laywer sent me a letter telling me I was thanks in court on August 2nd to argue ‘my case’ in the divorce. I currently have no law firm and no funds to pay just one. If I do not convert up at courtroom I will be in contempt, and I have no plan what will transpire to me or my young children at that level.”

The Unbiased has contacted representatives for Gruffudd for comment.