Disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein and his clothier spouse Georgina Chapman have finalized the phrases of their divorce, a supply advised the Each day Information on Wednesday.
The settlement price $15 million to $20 million got here simply forward of the estranged couple’s 10-year anniversary, the supply mentioned.
Their prenuptial settlement required that Weinstein pay $300,000 in spousal assist for every year of the wedding if it lasted lower than a decade. If the wedding had handed 10 years, that determine reportedly would have jumped to $400,000.
The couple’s belongings, which can be divided, embody a West Village townhouse estimated to be price $15 million and a Hamptons property not too long ago listed for $12.four million. In addition they have houses in Connecticut and Los Angeles.
Chapman, 41, is anticipated to get main custody of their youngsters, ages four and seven.
The deal was finalized late final yr. The supply mentioned either side had hoped to maintain the phrases secret.
Attorneys for each Weinstein, 65, and Chapman declined to remark. Chapman has but to file papers making the divorce official.
Chapman introduced she was leaving Weinstein in October.
“My coronary heart breaks for all the ladies who’ve suffered great ache due to these unforgivable actions,” Chapman mentioned in a press release to Folks journal on the time. “I’ve chosen to go away my husband. Caring for my younger youngsters is my first precedence and I ask the media for privateness at the moment.”
The information relating to the divorce emerged the identical day TMZ launched a video of a patron at an Arizona restaurant slapping Weinstein within the face and cursing him out.
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“Get your f–ing a– out of right here,” the person says within the video. “You are a f—ing piece of s–t.”
Weinstein — who was as soon as price as a lot as $300 million — faces an avalanche of lawsuits and monetary damage.
Weinstein has been attending a remedy program in Scottsdale following articles within the New York Instances and New Yorker in October that portrayed him as a serial intercourse predator who used his affect in Hollywood and armed forces of enablers to prey on ladies. He apologized however denied any non-consensual sexual encounters occurred. He was fired from the Weinstein Firm that month.
On the authorized entrance, he’s battling a number of lawsuits in Manhattan and Los Angeles relating to his alleged misconduct.
Final month a former Netflix affiliate producer filed a $10 million lawsuit towards Weinstein. An unidentified actress filed a separate $14 million case towards him in Toronto.
Final week, a decide rejected an effort by Weinstein’s first spouse, Eve Chilton, to get a $5 million pre-payment on future baby assist on the grounds the embattled movie producer possible will not have the ability to pay within the years to come back.
“My coronary heart breaks for all the ladies who’ve suffered “He’ll have little or no left,” Chilton’s legal professional Bonnie Rabin argued in a listening to.
“(There) are lawsuits not in 4 to 5 states, however maybe 4 to 5 nations.”