A tearful Carol Alt says she’s happy that a New York City judge’s ruling her ex-husband doesn’t owe her money frees her from the longest relationship of her life.


A tearful Carol Alt says she’s happy that a New York City judge’s ruling her ex-husband doesn’t owe her money frees her from the longest relationship of her life.

The actress-model commented outside federal court in Manhattan just after a judge on Wednesday said she waited too long to claim former New York Rangers defenseman Ron Greschner owed her money.

Judge Colleen McMahon says Alt otherwise would have been entitled to $165,000 from the sale of their shares in a water filtration company.

Greschner declined to comment afterward.

Alt and Greschner were married for 18 years until 2001.

Greschner lives in West Palm Beach, Fla. Alt lives in Manhattan but has been in Europe working on a movie and is about to appear in a Playboy magazine spread.