Kim Kardashian And Ye Finally Settle Divorce
It’s official: Kim Kardashian and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West are completely divorced. The couple's split has been dragging for the last year as Ye blew through at least six lawyers and refused to sit for depositions.
Kim filed for divorce in February of 2021 after seven years of marriage – this past March, she was declared legally single. According to the final settlement, the two will have joint custody of the kids and will split education and security costs for them. Kanye will also pay two-hundred-thousand-dollars a month in child support starting tomorrow. As for the rest?
- Ye will keep will keep his childhood home in Chicago, and his $60-million Malibu home as well as several other SoCal properties. He also keeps his Wyoming ranch and a ‘bachelor pad’ in Belgium bachelor pad.
- He will transfer the title of the 3,650-square foot, five-bedroom home he bought next to Kim.
- Kim will keep the Idaho property she owns as well as the $60-million Hidden Hills estate she currently lives in with their four children. She’ll also keep another property in Riverside, California.
- While Kim has their kids the majority of the time, they do have joint custody. But if a dispute arises, they’ve agreed to participate in mediation for at least three hours. If one of them declines to “engage,” the other gets sole decision-making power.
- The children can’t move more than 60-miles from their mom’s home before they finish high school or turn 19, whichever comes first, without the other parent’s consent or a court order.
- As you’ll recall, Ye has infamously chirped a disproven claim that he was shut out of his daughter Chicago’s birthday party. Now it’s in writing – that each parent will have access to the kids on special days, such as their birthday.
Rihanna's Lingerie Line Sued, Will Pay $1.2M Fine
Savage X Fenty was accused of violating California law and automatically enrolling customers in a program with recurring charges. The lingerie line owned by Rihanna will pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed her company defrauded customers.
The lingerie line was accused of violating California law by automatically enlisting customers in a “VIP” program that had recurring credit card charges. The lawsuit claimed people would fraudulently be enrolled in an automatic recurring paid VIP membership when they made purchases on Savage X Fenty’s website, resulting in credit card charges that would continue until the membership was canceled.
The Santa Clara District Attorney’s Office said Savage X Fenty cooperated with the investigation and modified its website, automatic renewal alerts, store credit and advertising methods - but they'll still have to pay the $1.2M.