10 Most expensive celebrities divorce

€ 34million | Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos

After 25 years, the couple officially announced in April this year the divorce on the social network Twitter. Bezos is one of the richest men in the world, creator and director of Amazon. This company has registered 4% of its shares in the name of MacKenzie Bezos after the separation.

€ 3 billion | Alec Wildenstein and Jocelyn Wildenstein

It was considered as the most expensive divorce in history until this year. Businessman Alec N. Wildenstein, who died in 2008, has paid about € 3 billion to his ex-wife, Jocelyn Flores. Jocelyn is known for the numerous plastic surgeries that she has gone through.

€ 1.5 billion | Rupert Murdoch and Anna Torv

After a long 31-year marriage, the businessman divorced his second wife in 1999. This second divorce would have been much more expensive than the first, costing Murdoch around € 1.5 billion. He waited 17 days and married Wendi Deng, the third woman he divorced in 2013. Last year he married ex-model, Jerry Hall.

€ 370 million | Mel Gibson and Robyn Moore

The couple was married from 1980 to 2011, 27 years of life together, and seven children later. The Australian playboy left the scene for about € 370 million. The separation started in 2006 and was motivated by the actor’s cheating with his wife.

€ 260 million | Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver 

After the revelation that Schwarzenegger was having an affair with one of his employees, he gave about € 260 million to Maria Shriver, niece of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Despite being separated and having “adjusted” accounts, the two have remained legally married since 1986.

€ 200 million | Steven Spielberg and Amy Irving

In 1989, the director’s fortune was valued at almost € 200 million, and Amy received a modest amount of € 90 million – nearly half. They were married for three years.

€ 150 million | Michael and Juanita Jordan

After 18 years of marriage, the basketball player separated from Juanita for about € 150 million. In 2002 the couple had already filled out the divorce papers. However, they reconciled in 2006.

€ 130 million | Neil Diamond and Marcia Murphy

Of the three women he was married to, the one in the middle was the most expensive. Neil Diamond reportedly paid about € 130 million to Marcia Murphy.

€ 80 million | Madonna and Guy Ritchie

After eight years of marriage (2000-2008), Madonna paid the director about € 80 million since they had not made a pre-nuptial agreement. Even after Richie told the press, he didn’t want a single cent from the singer. But after all, what is € 80 million …

€ 75 million | Harrison Ford and Melissa Mathison

Ford will have had an affair with actress Calista Flockhart (with whom he has been married since 2010) however;, the adventure cost him around € 75 million. Harrison and Melissa have been married for 21 years.

€ 50 million | Paul McCartney and Heather Mills

It was only six years of marriage, but the bill came out a little high. In 2008, McCartney had to pay about € 50 million to ex-wife and model, Heather Mills.

€ 45 million | James Cameron and Linda Hamilton

They met in 1991, and the marriage lasted about 18 months. Linda justified the divorce by saying that the filmmaker, a filmmaker like Titanic, was a workaholic and would have an affair with Suzy Amis, with whom he married. Cameron is said to have paid about € 45 million for the divorce settlement.

€ 40 million | Michael Douglas and Diandra Luker

Before the affair with Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael was married to Diandra Luker between 1977 and 2000. In addition to having paid about € 40 million to Luker, Luker will also live in Beverly Hills and the Balearic Islands house.

€ 20 million | Donald and Ivana Trump 

The former model was married to Donald Trump between 1977 and 1992. The divorce cost Trump about € 20 million.

€ 5.7 million | Jennifer Lopez and Chris Judd

The marriage did not last a year, and the reason given for the divorce was the predictable “irreconcilable differences.” JLo paid € 5.7 million to dancer Chris Judd, a high price for the marriage that lasted only nine months.