So, what the heck is going on?! Is there trouble in paradise?!
Hold on, Perezcious readers!
The reality star didn't only delete pictures of his fiancée... he also deleted ALL of his pictures, except this old photo (below):
[Image via Instagram.]
It suddenly all starts to make sense!
Despite their cracked out, destructive excuse for a marriage, Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller have denied that they're planning on divorcing anytime soon.
Although it makes no sense as to why these dumbasses would want to stay together on the surface, their 60-page prenuptual agreement has been leaked to press, which sheds some light onto their shady logic!
It looks as though Sheen has learned from his disastrous former marriages, and his lawyers seem to have drawn up a solid contract the secures his Two and A Half Men money from Mueller!
According to reports:
Mueller received $500,000, to be paid "within 180 days from the date of solemnization of the parties' marriage." Both spouses signed away their claim to the other's earnings, which means, if they divorce, Brooke is not entitled to any portion of Charlie's assets or any spousal support. The prenup explicitly avoids any discussion of child support—Brooke and Charlie had twins in March of 2009—a matter that was to be negotiated separately.
Each year Brooke receives an "anniversary payment" of $300,000, "payable within 30 days of the anniversary of the marriage" for the first 10 years of their marriage. If Charlie defaults on a payment, Brooke must send him "a written notice of default;" if he fails to pay ten days after that, the anniversary payment will accrue interest at "an annual rate of prime plus two percent." If they divorce mid-year, Brooke receives a pro-rated anniversary payment, calculated to the month.
Charlie is required to "pay all of the parties' living expenses," and Brooke is awarded a stake in Sheen's home located on Aubrey Road in Beverly Hills' Mulholland Estates gated community. Brooke's share of the house increases based on how long the marriage lasts. If they divorce, Charlie can elect to buy her out, or he can opt to sell the home and divide the proceeds.
In the event of divorce, Brooke receives a $100,000 relocation fee and whichever of Charlie's cars is "then driven by Brooke." She then has 90 days after "receipt of payment" to vacate the premises.
Holy shiz! Did this bitch bring ANYTHING of substance to the marriage?
No wonder she wants to hold on to him for as long as possible! The longer she stays with him, the more she makes off of him!
If that's why she's not kicking his ass to the curb, then these two psychos are DEFINITELY made for each other!
[Image via WENN.]