Asset division for Chris Rock and ex-wife underway

Posted on Friday, June 19th, 2015 at 8:00 pm    

American comedian Chris Rock and his estranged wife, Malaak Compton-Rock, are reportedly engaged in a financial dispute, as the 46-year-old mother seeks a larger portion of the comedian’s assets to support her and their two children, The Daily Mail stated on June 15.

The 50-year-old star filed for a divorce in December. Since their prenup had expired, the two could face a legal battle over the asset division of Rock’s estimated $70 million. Court filings showed Malaak wants to continue the standard of living she had grown accustomed to during their marriage.

After marrying to Rock in 1996, Malaak gave up her career in public relations and spent most of her time caring for their two kids, 13-year-old Lola Simone and 11-year-old Zahra.

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Chris Brown hasn’t paid child support since March

Posted on Tuesday, June 9th, 2015 at 7:02 pm    

Musical artist Chris Brown allegedly stopped paying for his 11-month-old daughter’s child support, according to a report by The Daily Mail on May 25.

Since March, the singer reportedly stopped giving his ex-fling Nia Guzman a monthly payment of $2,500 for child support after she demanded that the payment be increased to $15,000. The report added that legal documents are being prepared to set a new child support payment amount and demand the missed payments.

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