Christina Ricci certainly paid a price when she divorced her ex-husband, James Heerdegen.

The 42-year-old actress said she sold "a lot of things" including her designer handbags to help pay for her financial needs during the divorce process.

"There are certain things that I have collected, certain bags," Ricci said in an interview with The Times. "I had quite a Chanel-handbag collection for a while, but I sold a lot of things. Certain traumas in life go along with financial traumas, extended court situations, custody situations, fighting restraining orders."

The "Casper" actress, however, has no regrets about it.

"Having said that, I'm absolutely doing fine, there's no issue. But I learned to use these investment pieces in different ways. I also had a Chanel Fine Jewellery collection that I put to good use," she explained.

The "Yellowjackets" star filed for divorce from film producer Heerdegen in July 2020, citing irreconcilable differences. The pair met in 2011 when they were both working on the set of "Pan Am" TV series and tied the knot in 2013. They share an 8-year-old son, Freddie.

In January last year, the "Wednesday" star filed for a restraining order against Heerdegen claiming he abused her physically and emotionally. He allegedly beat her, spit at her and made "pig noises" in her face. Ricci said she told her ex-husband she wanted a divorce but it did not push through when the quarantine began in March. Ricci "found herself trapped in a house with a violent abuser," according to documents obtained by TMZ.

Ricci claimed Heerdegen attacked her twice in June 2020 during the coronavirus lockdown. He chased her around the house and tried to prevent her from calling 911 after an argument, the court documents showed. He allegedly dragged her by the wrist into their yard and threw her into a fire pit. The chase left her with a cut and bruises.

Ricci married celebrity hairdresser Mark Hampton in October last year after revealing she was pregnant with their first child in August.

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Zelda Fitzgerald actress Christina Ricci helped bring “Z: The Beginning of Everything” to the small screen. She called the project “my baby.” Giovanni Rufino/Amazon Prime Video