I've seen the scenario Mike's related happen with others - it's not pretty. Or nice. Or fair. It is legal, though, unless you get those temporary orders to get it stopped. An attorney is well worth the fee you'll pay her/him to get it done.
I've also seen it backfire, horribly, when a galpal's STBX was headed down that road, then ended up in jail and lost his job - his "house money" ended up being spent on fines and attorneys, and they lost their home in the process.
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