It's raining money for "Real Housewives of Orange County" star Shannon Beador. She has been awarded nearly $138,000 in a case filed by former "RHOC" alum Alexis Bellino's former husband, Jim Bellino.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, the six-figure payout of $137, 340.25 awarded to Beador is to help cover legal bills. She originally sought out $220,009.

The judgment comes one year after Bellino filed a one million dollar lawsuit against both Beador, 55, and her "RHOC" co-star, Tamra Judge, 51, and accused them of defamation and "slanderous comments". Judge's case is still pending.

In a blog post from March, Bellino thanked his law team for "their support dealing with the disgusting actions and statements of Tamra Judge and Shannon Beador," before going into detail.

He started with allegations against Judge, writing, "My family and I have sadly been the target of slanderous statements made by Tamra Judge that date back to 2011." Bellino went on to say the housewife called him a "cocaine dealer" and a "faux Christian."

The majority of Bellino's 15-paragraph post is directed towards Tamra. The only mention of Beador is in regards to a taping of comedian Heather MacDonald's "Juicy Scoop" podcast. Bellino says "vicious statements" were spread about him during the podcast episode, which Beador and Judge were both guests on.

For Beador, this award comes after People reported she received a $1.4 million dollar settlement in her divorce from ex-husband David. The publication also reported Shannon receives $10,000 a month in support as part of the agreement.

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Shannon Beador attends the premiere party for Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Orange County” 10-year celebration at Boulevard3 in Hollywood, California, on June 16, 2016. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images