Liberty Ross And Rupert Sanders Finalize Divorce

Liberty Ross And Rupert Sanders Finalize Divorce

It was the cheating scandal that tore apart the relationships of two separate couples when Kristen Stewart and her married “Snow White And The Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders began fooling around with one another. Their cheating scandal broke apart Kristen’s relationship with her “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson along with Rupert’s marriage to Liberty Ross. Now, it has all come to and end as Liberty and Rupert’s divorce has been finalized.

TMZ reports that Liberty made out like a bandit when the divorce went through. In addition to the family house, she also got two other London homes, $25,000 per month in spousal support for the next four years, $14,000 per month in child support for their two children, fifteen percent of the profits that he gets from movies with the exception of “Snow White” and half of his bank accounts and retirement funds.

Rupert was left with a 1970 Volkswagen van and a beach pad in Malibu after she filed for divorce in 2013. She did very well in the divorce considering that it wasn’t ever verified that Kristen and Rupert did anything beyond making out that summer.

Of course, Liberty was represented by Laura Wasser, so we knew she was going to get a good chunk of money and assets. No matter how much money she gets, though, it would never take back all of the humiliation he caused her when he stepped out on her behind her back, so we say kudos to her on her divorce victory from that cheating loser.

We don’t feel sorry for Rupert one bit — he gets to keep all of his share of the profits from “Snow White” and we all know that the movie scored huge at the box office. If you’re thinking that he paid through the nose in this divorce and was left out in the cold with only one home out of four, don’t worry, he’s going to be just fine…

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