Sign The Papers: The Craziest Prenuptial Agreements Of All Time

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Break Ups, Divorces, Multi


Craziest Celebrity Prenuptial Agreements

Divorces are complicated. They’re even more complicated when money is involved. That’s why many people sign prenups if they can. Some are weirder than others. Here are the most famous prenups of all time.

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Khloe and Lamar – Khloe gets $500,000 for every year of marriage, their house, a brand new car when the lease is up on the old ones, $6,000 a month for shopping and beauty upkeep and $25,000 a month for support.


Jay Z and Beyonce – 10 million if the marriage ends before 2 years, five million for every baby she pops out her oven and $1 million a year for each further year she remains in the marriage, up to 15 years.


Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren – Elin was entitled to $20 million in the divorce but she walked away with $100 million after Tiger cheated.


Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel – She wanted $500,000 if he cheated…that’s it?!


Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas – She wanted $2.8 million for each year of marriage. For real.


TomKat – She got $3 million for each year they were married.

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Paul McCartney and Heather Mills – The had no prenup, which was the craziest thing of all. She ended up with $35 million and $70K a year in child support.

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Britney Spears and K-Fed – She was smart so he only made off with a million.

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Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto – If they’re married for 10 years then she gets five million. But she wanted kids as part of the agreement so she’ll at least be set for a while no matter what. 

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Kimye – She gets a million for every year of marriage.


Deion Sanders and Pilar – She only got a million dollars for her troubles.

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Reuben Studdard – His wife didn’t get a penny. Air tight.


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