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Most Outrageous Celeb Prenups

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Khloé Kardashian

According to Radar Online, Khloé Kardashian will reportedly receive $500,000 for each year she was married to Lamar Odom, as well as spousal support for half the time the two were together. Khloe will also “remain as the beneficiary on a $10 million life insurance policy Lamar has and that will remain for the rest of their lives.” 

It seemed like Khloé and Lamar have been in the process of getting divorced for forever. Odom’s most recent hospitalization following his drug abuse at a Nevada brothel led Kardashian to put a halt on her impending divorce papers. But the change of heart didn’t last long. 

Katie Holmes & Tom Cruise

Although Katie Holmes didn’t make out with much, it looks like Suri will really reap the benefits of her mega-millionaire dad, Tom Cruise. Holmes, who was denied spousal support, will receive a yearly child support payment of $400,000, according to TMZ. Cruise is also set to pay for all of Suri’s extra-curricular activities, schooling, medical, dental, and future university endeavors. 

You know the Church of Scientology isn’t going to let their precious Tom Cruise go under for the woman they likely recruited into this whole mess. Holmes never asked much from Cruise, and the prenup definitely reflects that. Some say the prenup was her idea, but there’s no doubt Cruise had some heavy-handed lawyers in the room as well.

Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas

At first, Catherine Zeta-Jones demanded $5 million for every year of marriage should she divorce her husband, actor Michael Douglas. Ultimately, she was low-balled to $1.5 million a year in exchange for an upfront lump sum. She also reportedly added a $5 million “straying fee” in the case that Douglas is unfaithful to her, something many believe the actress is worried about. But Douglas added an extra clause to the clause, stating Zeta-Jones isn’t allowed to discuss their personal, marital matters to the public.

Zeta-Jones is a big fan of the prenup business. In fact, she thinks the contracts are “brilliant.” “I get taken care of quite well,” she added. Luckily, the two are still happily married.

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