LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Nicolas Cage's ex-girlfriend is suing the actor and his former business manager, claiming she is owed more than $13 million and a house.
Christina Fulton, who is the mother of Cage's adult son, Weston, sued the Oscar-winner in Los Angeles on Tuesday. She claims Cage promised her a home in Los Angeles' Hancock Park neighborhood, but that she has now been ordered to leave the property.
Cage's attorney, Marty Singer, calls Fulton's claims against the actor absurd and says Cage has given her far more than the $6,000 per month he was required to pay her.
Fulton is also suing Samuel J. Levin, an accountant who Cage has accused of grossly mismanaging his finances. Levin's attorney, Joseph Schleimer, did not return a phone message Wednesday.