The details of Ariana Grande’s multimillion-dollar divorce settlement from Dalton Gomez have officially been revealed. The singer and the real estate agent settled less than one month after initially filing.
The former couple had an ironclad-prenuptial agreement and filed the settlement last Friday as their official date of separation listed as February 20th.
In a conversation with Page Six, one source stated, “Ariana and Dalton really wanted to take care of each through all of this and make it as easy on one another as possible — which is why they really took their time with everything,”
The source went on to admit that the two have a strong mutual respect for each other. Grande, who was represented by Hollywood attorney Laura Wasser, has since moved on with her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater. Gomez was also spotted kissing actress Maika Monroe over this past weekend.
And of course, the details of the settlement have officially been released.
Sources previously told Page Six that Gomez would receive an upfront payout from the “Positions” singer rather than a monthly payout. According to documents also obtained by the Blast, the luxury realtor will receive a tax-free payout of $1,250,000. The singer will also pay $25,000 of Gomez’s attorney fees.
In addition, according to the court documents, “The parties acknowledge that (Dalton) has been provided with thirty days rent-free of the Los Angeles Family Residence…”
The exes, who spent roughly two years together, spent most of their relationship in Los Angeles. The former couple spent much of their time together in the pandemic in their marital home, which will also be sold in the split.
The pair will reportedly pay their $6 million dollar mortgage before putting the property on the market and splitting the profit equally.
And in regard to the future aside from property, there are also new updates.
According to the Daily Mail, “Both parties are barred from releasing or publishing any photograph (and related negatives), tape, film or like embodiments in all forms.”
The exes also note that Gomez is barred from ever writing a tell-all book about their marriage or give any interviews about the details of their time together. Grande also requested the court consider any miscellaneous jewelry she purchased, including earrings before and during the marriage, as her separate property and assets.
As previously reported, the actress cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason of the split.