Following the news that The-Dream is challenging his divorce settlement with Christina Milian, details of the settlement have finally been released and it looks like Christina Milian and her lawyer are about to take The-Dream to the bank for at least $13,500 a month.
Randy Kessler, Milian’s lawyer, has filed a motion with a Georgia court to enforce a settlement between the former couple, claiming The-Dream entered into an “enforceable agreement,” which is substantiated by transcriptions of the settlement.
According to the transcriptions obtained by RadarOnline.com, The-Dream agreed to the following with Milian:
- Visitation and parenting time with the couple’s daughter will be negotiated by both parties, but the view and goal is to have Mr. Nash able to spend as much of the time as he wants with the child, up to 50 percent, as the parties can best work out.
- Milian will receive $10,000 a month in child support which includes a $6,500 a month payment and up to $3,500 a month for day care, nanny and private school;
- Milian will receive $3,500 a month in alimony for two years or upon remarriage or proof of a meretricious relationship with the opposite sex lasting at least 60 days;
- Milian will receive 10 percent of the Justin Bieber single, “Baby”;
- Milian will receive free and clear a Mercedes G55;
- Milian and Nash will keep their own possessions, jewelry, the gifts that the other one gave them, their personal effects and each will retain title to their businesses that they currently own and operate.
The divorce settlement was agreed upon by the pair on Oct. 26, 2010, after a four-hour settlement conference, as outlined by a court reporter.
As reported earlier, The-Dream is now challenging the settlement, which, according to the transcription, his lawyer advised against at the time of the agreement.
“I’d like the record to reflect that my client enters into this agreement freely and voluntarily. However, he enters into this agreement against the advice of counsel,” said The-Dream’s lawyer.
Guess The-Dream should’ve listened to his lawyer when he first told him that the deal was too sweet for Milian. Oh well, too late now.
Do you think The-Dream has a right to challenge the settlement or should he just pay up? –nicholas robinson