Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith are officially divorced! And now that things are finalized, we finally know who got what in the settlement.
From paychecks to Picassos, these two are splitting their assets in all kinds of ways.
According to legal documents, the couple signed a postnup (an after marriage prenup, keep up) in 2004 which changed the finances of their relationship.
Basically everything they made from 1996 (when they got hitched) to 2003 remains separate, but everything from 2004 to 2014 (when they filed for divorce) must be split.
Here’s the breakdown:
– Antonio gets to keep the cash he made on “The Mask of Zorro,” “Desperado,” and “Spy Kids.”
– Melanie gets to keep everything she made from her earlier work… so, I guess “Working Girl?”
– He has to split his paychecks from “Shrek 2,” “Puss in Boots,” “Machete Kills,” “Expendables 3” and other films.
– She gets the house in Aspen.
– He gets a pencil drawing by Picasso and another drawing by Diego Rivera.
– She gets a Picasso called “The Painter and His Model.”
– They sold their L.A. mansion and split the cash.
– Lastly, Antonio will now be paying Melanie $65,000 a month in spousal support… damn.
Well they don’t call it Splitsville for nothing!