Dangers of cheating!!!Snow White & huntsman Director loses most of his assets to wife after cheating with Kristen Stewart

The director of Snow White and the Huntsman, Rupert Sanders has been stripped of his most valuable assets as the court has awarded most of his wealth to his wife(shown on the right above) after she filled for divorce following the 2012 cheating scandal involving the director and Snow White and the Hunts man lead actress Kristen Stewart. 

His wife of 12 years  Ross, 35, was heartbroken and even after his public apology, she still filed for divorce..Now, she has practically taken him to the cleaners as the court has awarded her with almost everything he owns and even future earnings.Prior to this, court documents showed she had zero earnings while he made all the income .



Checkout the break down below

-She will keep three of the couple’s four homes
-Earn £23,000 a month in spousal and child support and a percentage of some of his future film earnings.
-Eight per cent of Sanders’ gross income exceeding £1 million a year, half his pension plan – and even half of his credit card reward points.

-She will remain in the couple’s £1.2 million Hollywood Hills home and gets ownership of two other properties in London’s Waterloo and Ladbroke Grove, 
-She will ill also receive half of Sanders’ ongoing earnings for Snow White And The Huntsman in which, ironically, she played Stewart’s mother Queen Eleanor. The film has earned more than £230 million at the box office.

As for the husband…
-He keeps just the couple’s Malibu home, a 1970 Volkswagen van and a 2002 Nissan Pathfinder.

Top divorce lawyer Raoul Felder, said..
 ‘This is an extraordinary settlement. She has taken him to the cleaners. When I see this sort of settlement, it is usually because the husband has a high degree of personal guilt.Maybe he just wants to do the right thing. He is a relatively young man and so he is probably confident of his future earning potential.’ 


Source: Abegmusic News

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