One wonders how she "won a massively generous payout."
that's a good point: I don't think he toured much while they were married, and he only put out two albums during that time. both live. neither even earned "gold" status.
divorce finances are usually all about the money earned during the time a couple was married, no?
he probably did a lot of those huge money private concerts during that time, like those "$1,000,000 a gig" shows for some high rolling lawyers and wall street jerkoffs in the Hamptons.
but still, how many of those could he have done?
also, i don't understand how the woman can fuck around and get the cash. that doesn't seem fair.
is it too much to ask to be a faithful gold-digger?
i don't get these rich dudes who throw all caution to the wind and marry without pre-nups. these aren't 19-year-old just-off-the-turnip-truck motherfuckers; these are living legends well into their 60s.
"I heard you're.............really....................sick" - devoted wife Beth Ostrosky, to her husband, H. Allen Stern
Beth's jealousy of Katie Lee must be eating her up inside. She's younger, hotter, has an education and had a real career, and most importantly dumped her old Jew and kept the money. If she has a kid with a celebrity, Beth will never stop screaming into a pillow.
If you lose a fight to a midget, you become one. It's true.
- Patton Oswalt