Mel Gibson And Ex-Wife Settle Divorce, She Could Get $450 Million

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Mel Gibson's ex, Robyn, stands to walk away from the couple's overdue divorce with $450 million.

Over two years after filing for divorce from Mel Gibson, his ex, Robyn Gibson, can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel... and the hefty divorce settlement, too. Mel is estimated to be worth around $900 million, and since the couple does not have a prenuptial agreement (and because California is a 50/50 state,) Robyn could potentially walk away from the marriage $450 million richer in August when the divorce is finalized. 

Unfortunately, there are kids involved in this split. The pair have seven children together, plus Mel has a daughter with Oksana Grigorieva, a Russian singer signed to Mel's record label with whom he had an affair in 2009. Robyn, sadly, found out about this affair through a tabloid. Mel Gibson Divorce Might Make History

According to the LA Times, "After 28 years of marriage, Robyn filed for divorce in April 2009, right about the time news broke that Grigorieva was pregnant with Mel's baby (Lucia was born that November). Mel said at the time that his marriage had effectively ended three years earlier."

Since he has so many kids, Mel's half of that estimated $900 million might dwindle faster than he thinks. Presumably he'll have to pay Robyn child support for his seven children with her. Meanwhile, he currently pays $20,000 a month to Oksana plus an additional $6,000 for her mortgage. Did Mel Gibson Abuse Oksana Grigorieva?

That's a lot of dough.

And for all we know, it may not be the last time he procreates and ruins a relationship with a mother of his children. Mel reportedly already has a new girlfriend, Stella Mouzi, a 25-year-old fetish model from Greece. Hopefully history won't repeat itself with this one and Mel will spend his time working on his relationships with his children-- but we won't hold our breath. Mel Gibson Accused Of Murder/Suicide Plot

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