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Jeremy Renner flew glamorous women to his 'Camp Renner' Reno mansion

"Estella Coaldrake" (2020-08-24)


Avengers star Jeremy Renner flew glamorous women to his Reno mansion amid the coronavirus lockdown, partied without face masks and put his seven-year-old daughter 'at risk', his ex-wife claims in court documents.

After posting on Instagram that he was hosting a 'kid camp' Renner, 49, allegedly entertained several young women at his Nevada getaway who shared pictures of themselves wearing t-shirts emblazoned with 'Camp Renner' - but no masks, according to the filing.

Renner's ex Sonni Pacheco also accused the Hollywood star of 'flying back and forth to Reno during the stay-at-home orders' with their daughter Ava and demanded he take a COVID-19 test.

Renner's lawyers told DailyMail.com Ava was not in Reno while any of the women were there, and claimed that Pacheco 'has repeatedly sought to use alleged child custody issues as a means to seek more and more money from [Renner].' 

The former model and actress, 29, added in a searing statement filed in the Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday that Renner had failed to provide evidence of drug tests he had agreed to take, after previously being accused of getting drunk and high while in charge of Ava. 

Jeremy Renner's ex-wife Sonni Pacheco claims he partied with glamorous girls in his Reno mansion during coronavirus lockdowns after sending his seven-year-old daughter home to her mother

 

One of the women who allegedly visited Renner, Kimia Hangafarin, is a 27-year-old LA-based tech entrepreneur.

She posted this photo with Renner from the July 4 weekend. Pacheco claims in court documents obtained by DailyMail.com that Renner (pictured) flew the young women out amid the coronavirus pandemic and partied without a mask

She also accused the Hollywood star of 'flying back and forth to Reno during the stay-at-home orders' with their daughter Ava.

The exes are pictured together with their daughter in 2016 

Pacheco said an anonymous Instagram user sent her Instagram posts showing people at Jeremy's house, including several young women pictured here allegedly wearing 'Camp Renner' shirts

The court documents were lodged as part of a bitter, years-long custody battle following Renner and Pacheco's split.

During the divorce Pacheco, along with Renner's friends and ex-girlfriends have made shocking claims in court documents including that the Avengers star once fired a gun into the roof of his home while his daughter was sleeping, put a gun in his mouth and threatened to kill himself, had wild parties with threesomes and drugs that he left lying around his home while Ava was there, and told a friend at a nightclub in 2018 that he wanted to 'get rid' of his ex-wife.

Renner has always denied any wrongdoing and argues that he is a safe and loving father.

Pacheco wrote in the court documents filed Wednesday that she was tipped off about the blockbuster actor's alleged mask-free party in Reno by an anonymous Instagram user.

'In these messages, this person told me that Jeremy was having people over at his Reno house and that nobody was wearing masks,' Pacheco wrote.

'The above party sent me numerous Instagram posts showing people at Jeremy's Reno house including several young women.

'This person also sent me screenshots of young women announcing they were in Lake Tahoe (the area where Jeremy's Reno house is located) and wearing t-shirts that say ''Camp Renner'' (the name Jeremy uses when he hosts people at his Reno house).

They are not wearing masks in the photos.

'Jeremy has also been flying back and forth to Reno during the stay-at-home orders and flies Ava back and forth as well without giving me advance notice and often informing me of the travel after arriving in Reno (in violation of our Judgment).
I do not know if he practices social distancing or wears a mask while he travels or during the plane trips.

'I am also very concerned that Jeremy is not practicing social distancing and is putting Ava (and me by virtue of our joint custody) at risk of being unnecessarily exposed to COVID-19 and request that he submit to testing. 

'For all of the foregoing reasons, I request that the Court please order that Jeremy take a COVID-19 test and provide those results to my counsel forthwith.'

Renner's lawyers told DailyMail.com the actor 'has flown while complying with CDC recommendations', and did so 'just like hundreds of thousands of other people.' 

The court documents were lodged as part of a bitter, years-long custody battle following Renner and Pacheco's split

Pacheco wrote that she was tipped off about the actor's alleged mask-free party in Reno, Nevada by an anonymous Instagram user who sent her a number of posts from Renner's weekend 

Pacheco's lawyers filed screenshots of the anonymous messages with her filing, showing pictures of the young women at Renner's Reno home for the July 4th holiday.

'He is a hypocrite,' the anonymous account, '_love._.heals_', wrote to Pacheco.

'In his house he mixes Ava with all kinds of people whose health is not checked. These girls before going to Tahoe have been at parties with hundreds of people. I think this is a total lack of control. You deserve to know what's going on!!!'

The messages highlighted one of Renner's Instagram stories, where the Avengers star wrote, 'Have a blessed weekend Everyone!

I get to host a kid camp again! What are your plans?'

Pacheco's informant claimed that the 'kid camp' was in fact a party with girls in their 20s.

'He really organized a party for kids but they were all girls over 20 years old and he gave them all a Camp Renner shirt,' the messages said.

One of the women who allegedly visited Renner, Kimia Hangafarin, is a 27-year-old LA-based tech entrepreneur.

On July 3 she posted a picture of herself in a bikini on an inflatable in what appears to be Renner's pool at his Lake Tahoe house.

A friend who allegedly joined her on the trip, 24-year-old Natasha Dassoff, wrote in response to the photo 'taHoeee'.

A week later Hangafarin posted more pictures from the trip, with the caption 'Tahoe what an unforgettable weekend and 4th of July!!

made a new friend too #camprenner'.

Renner's lawyers told DailyMail.com that Ava was not at the house with the women. 'His daughter was not with him during July 4th weekend; she left on July 3rd,' they said. 

Hangafarin, 27-year-old LA-based tech entrepreneur, posted this photo of her in what looks like a Camp Renner t-shirt from the weekend 

Hangafarin posted this photo of Renner on his firetruck from their fourth of July weekend in Reno 

After posting on Instagram that he was hosting a 'kid camp,' Renner entertained several young women at his Nevada getaway, she claims 

On July 3, Hangafarin posted a picture of herself in a bikini on an inflatable in what appears to be Renner's pool at his Lake Tahoe house

The photographs included a snap of Hangafarin sat next to Renner on top of a yellow fire truck, her posing with other young women all allegedly wearing 'Camp Renner' t-shirts, and her sunbathing with another girl dressed in bikinis.

Pacheco's legal filing includes a picture of another woman, Celine, at the Tahoe property allegedly wearing Renner's orange ski jacket.

Amid a slew of claims in the court filing of more than 350 pages, Pacheco also said Renner had violated the former couple's custody agreement to not publish pictures of their daughter, by posting music videos online featuring Ava and letting HGTV producers film her during the shooting of a reality TV show he was starring in.

'It's more than nauseating.

Jeremy obviously believes he's above the law,' Pacheco wrote in an email to Renner and the couple's court-appointed psychologist included in the court filing.

'Just so we are clear. The TWO music videos MAIN ATTRACTION and BEST PART OF ME are still streaming.
The national televised HGTV episode aired last week and last but not least I haven't seen a SINGLE drug test over the last SIX MONTHS. In case you have virtually any concerns relating to where along with tips on how to use When you want hassle-free service and reliable plumbing for years to come, you possibly can contact us in our own web-page. '

'Jeremy has also been flying back and forth to Reno during the stay-at-home orders and flies Ava back and forth as well without giving me advance notice and often informing me of the travel after arriving in Reno ,' Pacheco claimed 

Amid a slew of claims in the court filing of more than 350 pages, Pacheco also said the Avengers star had violated the former couple's custody agreement to not publish pictures of their daughter 

Pacheco has claimed that Renner owes her $503,000 in unpaid child and spousal support, and his 'withholding' of cash has left her unable to even fix the plumbing at her home.

'Just so you know our daughter cannot currently pee or poo in our house,' Pacheco wrote in a scathing email to Renner included in her filing.

'Your action of withholding Ava's child support is affecting me from being able to fix my plumbing so our child can pee/ poo in her own home!

'I don't expect you to help or do anything from me sending this message because one thing I am certain of is that you are a Monster.

A monster who makes over $740,000 a month, while the mother of your child and child are left to s**t and p**s in a bucket.'

Renner replied 'I will always take care of Ava no matter what' and shot back that he was 'more than happy to come get Ava IMMEDIATELY so she is in a safe environment until you solve your plumbing problems.'

In previous court filings in the custody case, Renner has contested his ex-wife's $503,000 claim and alleged that it is Pacheco, not him, who has a drug problem.

The star claimed that she was 'obsessed' with demonizing him, and that he has signed up for three months of random drug testing and hired a psychologist to monitor his visits with Ava in an effort to prove he is sober and responsible.

The 49-year-old has also claimed in court documents that Pacheco used to brag to friends about 'bagging an Avenger' and that she plans her attacks on him to coincide with the release of his movies so that she gets the publicity.



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