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According to Page Six , Marianne counter-sued, claiming that Avery's prospects for employment were 'highly speculative' after he retired from the NHL in 2012 at the age of 31.Marianne argued that she was simply 'concerned' for her daughter's financial future and accused Avery of preventing Hilary from implementing a prenuptial agreement before their wedding, which Marianne reportedly did not attend.However he did make a name for himself as a violent enforcer and a solid defensive forward, particularly during his six-year tenure in New York.'During a course of time in the summer of 2016, [Avery and Rhoda] were living in the same area in the Hamptons and he was harassing her,' Rhoda's lawyer Terry R. 'They were running into each other, belonged to the same gym, and he'd issue profanities at her and make obscene gestures,' he continued.'He was driving in his car too close to her and scaring her.' (Left) Sean Avery attends the Patrik Ervell fall 2013 fashion show during MADE Fashion Week at Milk Studios on February 10, 2013.He broke into the NHL in the 2001–02 season, playing 36 games with the Red Wings and 36 in the minors.The Red Wings went on to win the Stanley Cup that season, but Avery did not play in the playoffs nor did he play the required 41 games to get his name engraved on the Cup.In 2008, Avery spent the off-season working as an intern at Vogue magazine.

His model wife Hilary Rhoda previously sued her mother in 2014 for allegedly stealing from her when Marianne worked as Hilary's modeling manager.Avery ultimately agreed to a deal that expunged the charges from his record after 45 days.Sean Christopher Avery (born April 10, 1980) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player.Midway through the 2002–03 season, Avery was traded to the Los Angeles Kings along with defenseman Maxim Kuznetsov and two draft picks for Mathieu Schneider.In 2003–04, Avery played 76 games for the Kings, scoring 9 goals to go along with 19 assists. During the 2004–05 NHL lockout, Avery briefly played in the Finnish Elite League with the Lahti Pelicans, and in the United Hockey League for the Motor City Mechanics.

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