"Aww, Brad and Jen. Sad. She was so in love. Did they have a pre-nup? It was so long ago. I felt bad for Jen. Brad had to move on. I think they pretty much resolved everything and kept what was separate. They did it fairly and properly. I remember where I was! This is my world! I was at work and remember getting crazy amounts of emails. Oh my God, I was sitting there and thinking, 'But alas...'"
"Conscious uncoupling. I think people are so turned off by her for some reason. I think there's a lot of money at stake. They'll resolve that aspect. But in the eye of public opinion she's not looking so fabulous."
"Absurd! It was ridiculous. You don't marry someone you don't know. You don't talk about marriage or kids or where you're going to live. I have had several cases where the parties are two-fold -- they're dating longer than their marriage, I always find bizarre, or they actually are married for a month and they're just like ['It's over']. They don't have their gifts in the wedding and want to just get divorced. Young kids in their 20s. They get married for the wrong reasons, a la Britney Spears and Jason Alexander. And they realize, 'We're crazy, this isn't a marriage.'"
"Oh, God. She should get emotional damages. Having an affair with their nanny that was with them and fathered a love child that no one told her? She's the fool of the century. I see that sometimes. I've had a very big case where that happened -- two illegitimate children. Sometimes people pay dearly to get over the guilt."
"Ugly case, really unfortunate. I think she took him to the cleaners. 30 or 40 million, no pre-nup. I think she tried to -- she was trying to become a financial victim in the case. In Europe, they weren't accepting pre-nups. It's all nice to believe in the fairy tale but look what happened! He got taken. He seems like such a nice guy."
"Oy. Weird. I don't know, that was just a weird case. I wasn't really sure about the Scientology aspect of it but, from what I understand she wanted [their daughter] Suri but didn't care about the money."