Mariah Carey would’ve been due $50 mil­lion

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Ac­cord­ing to gos­sip web­site TMZ, the for­mer en­gaged cou­ple - who split last month - had out­lined a draft pre-nup in Fe­bru­ary, ahead of a planned March 1st wed­ding in Bora Bora, for which the su­per­star singer al­ready had her dress and flow­ers ar­ranged. The flights for guests to their wed­ding were also booked but James’ lawyers are said to have told him they couldn’t get the agree­ment signed by March 1st. In an email, he is al­leged to have re­sponded: “I don’t know who’s work­ing for who be­cause there are a lot of names I haven’t heard be­fore on this email chain. The peo­ple who work for me-mes­sage-do as I say or f*** off. I want to get mar­ried on March 1st. James.” His lawyers sent Mariah’s team a 100-page doc­u­ment de­tail­ing the specifics of the draft pre-nup, which was never signed. One of the re­ported clauses was that Mariah would have to re­turn any jew­ellery given to her by the Aus­tralian bil­lion­aire if they split - un­less he had gifted it to her with a signed note stat­ing it was a present. The doc­u­ment is also said to have stated the 46-year-old singer would be en­ti­tled to $50 mil­lion, the amount she is said to be after fol­low­ing their break up. De­spite their March 1st wed­ding plans, the pair wouldn’t have been able to marry of­fi­cially any­way as Mariah was still legally mar­ried to Nick Can­non. The pair’s di­vorce was fi­nalised this week but they are de­ter­mined to re­main friends for the sake of their kids, five-year-old twins Moroc­can and Mon­roe. Mariah re­quested to legally dis­solve their six-year mar­riage in Jan­uary 2015, 20 weeks after their split.

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