Gwen Stefani will get to keep a ton of money in her divorce from Gavin Rossdale.
The No Doubt frontwoman, who was married to the Bush rocker for 13 years, did not have a prenup with him, so he was entitled to half of all the money earned and assets accumulated during the marriage, including from concerts and record sales, reports TMZ.
But the two reached a settlement and Gavin has informed a California judge he will not be taking all the money he is entitled to. He’s agreed to a monetary and property split in favor of Gwen.
The two also agreed to a 50/50 joint custody arrangement, and will share parenting duties for their three sons, Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo.
Over the summer, the couple shocked fans when they announced they would be splitting after two decades together. The breakup turned ugly, with reports of Gavin having cheated with the couple’s nanny on tabloid covers.
Gwen recently revealed she found out about the infidelity in February 2015, and that the discovery changed her world overnight. Months later, she found love again with her Voice costar Blake Shelton, and put out a new album about her breakup and new relationship, called This Is What the Truth Feels Like.
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