Saturday, November 22, 2014

Walmart heiress in nasty divorce fight over prenup

Posted By on Sat, Nov 22, 2014 at 7:37 AM

click to enlarge HEIRESS: Walmart heiress Paige Dubbert is fighting with ex over pre-nuptial agreement. - TMZ
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  • HEIRESS: Walmart heiress Paige Dubbert is fighting with ex over pre-nuptial agreement.
TMZ has the goods on a big divorce fight between a Walmart heiress, Paige Laurie Dubbert and her husband Patrick. He's trying to undo a prenuptial agreement that would only pay him $30,000 a month for half the length of their marriage — six years. TMZ provides a copy of the document.

Had they stayed married 30 years and she died, he'd have been entitled to $15 million. He's now claiming he got bad advice on entering the pre-nup. Says TMZ:

Patrick says Paige's mega-wealthy parents gave him an ultimatum — either sign the prenup before the parents returned from a yacht trip, or the parents would not pay $100K for the wedding planner.


She's a granddaughter of Bud Walton, which fixed her mother with about $9 billion, according to Internet accounts.  She relinquished her University of Southern California diploma after a roommate said she'd been paid to do her homework.

Lots of back and forth in the divorce case, as chronicled by the Daily Mail. The couple was married in Columbia, Mo., where a university center was named after the Laurie family's Paige Sports Entertainment company. The company was named for the daughter. The family relinquished naming rights to the facility after the diploma dustup.




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