Billy Ray Cyrus Reveals Stunning Figure His Estranged Wife Blew on Credit Cards

Billy Ray Cyrus accused his estranged wife, Firerose, of fraudulently spending $96,000 on his credit card.

Cyrus, 62, filed an emergency motion on June 13 for a temporary restraining order. He claimed Firerose, legally Johanna Hodges, made 37 unauthorized charges on his business American Express card, according to court documents obtained by Fox News Digital.

Cyrus' filing stated, "As a result of these fraudulent charges… I am concerned that Ms. Hodges is in possession of other information that she may use to make fraudulent, unauthorized charges to my business and personal credit cards and accounts."

A representative for Cyrus had no comment when reached by Fox News Digital.

Firerose claimed there was "no emergency" in a court response obtained by Fox News Digital. She said she has had access to the American Express card in question since 2022.

"To claim Wife has made 37 unauthorized charges is untrue," her attorneys wrote. "Throughout the divorce proceedings, the parties are to live as per the status quo during the marriage. Wife was simply living as she has since October 10, 2023, and Husband has no right to cut her off."

Cyrus had agreed to supply Firerose with money while the divorce proceedings played out.

In an order filed May 24, the "Achy Breaky Heart" singer agreed to pay $500 per night for a period of 10 nights for Firerose to stay at a hotel or Airbnb.

Additionally, Cyrus agreed to pay $5,000 per month for Firerose's housing "for a period of 90 days or the dissolution of the marriage, whichever comes first."

Cyrus filed for an annulment from Firerose in May, citing "irreconcilable differences" and "inappropriate marital conduct," according to documents obtained by Fox News Digital.

The grounds for annulment were listed as "consent to marriage was obtained by fraud." Their separation date was May 22, 2024, according to documents.

"Husband charges that he is entitled to an annulment since he gave consent to marriage based on fraud by the wife," the petition stated. "Had he known, he would not have entered into matrimony with his wife."

Cyrus reportedly believes Firerose "isn’t the person he thought he married."

"He believes she married him for other reasons than love," a source told People magazine. "He thinks she wanted him to take care of her financially. They’ve had drama and trust issues about money."

"He wants her out of his life," the source added. "They have a prenup. He’s disappointed now, but will likely turn it around quickly. He tends to stay positive."

Firerose and Cyrus got married in October on his Tennessee property.

"10/10/23 will always be the beautiful, joyous day that our two souls united as one in holy matrimony," they shared on social media. "It was the most perfect, ethereal celebration of love we could have ever imagined."

Billy Ray Cyrus met Firerose on the set of "Hannah Montana," where he starred with his daughter Miley Cyrus.

"There's a couple old pine trees on the lot that look like Tennessee," he previously told People magazine. "Tex (his dog) and I would go out there in the middle of the day. He'd take care of his business, and we'd stretch. I’d think about how much I missed Tennessee."

"One day, Firerose came out of the front door. There was almost a moment of, I don't know, recognition. I thought, 'This girl's a star.'"