Alex Rodriguez is locked in a bitter dispute with his ex-wife Cynthia Scurtis over the child support and spousal support he agreed to pay her when their divorce was finalized. He is pictured here with girlfriend Jennifer Lopez.
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Phaedra Parks is finally a single mother -- three years after she filed for divorce from her jailbird husband, Apollo Nida.
Actor Terrence Howard was dealt a blow by a Los Angeles appeals court judge who ruled to reinstate Howard's 2012 divorce settlement.
The 48-year-old 'Empire' star finalized his divorce from his 2nd wife, Michelle Ghent (pictured above), in 2013. The couple had been married for just a year when they split in 2011.
Deion Sanders' ex-wife Pilar Sanders says she's penniless. The 41-year-old former reality TV star is appealing her divorce judgment in which she got nothing and owes Deion millions.
Singer/songwriter Stevie Wonder is back on the market. A Los Angeles judge finalized Wonder's divorce from his 2nd ex-wife, fashion designer Kai Millard Morris.
Actor Terrence Howard's success in Fox TV's hip hop soap opera Empire has been bittersweet. Howard's wife Michelle Ghent has reportedly renewed her threats to leak naked pics and videos of him if he doesn't cough up more spousal support.
Art imitates life for actress Tasha Smith, who went from marrying her "glorified personal assistant" to being a bitter divorcee.
A judge ordered the Why Did I Get Married star to pay her ex-husband, Keith Douglas, $7,000 a month in spousal support -- that's in addition to the $50,000 she was ordered to give him last year.
Harold Hamm's bitter divorce from Sue Ann Arnall appears to be over. Arnall deposited Hamm's $975 million hand-written check this week, after refusing to accept the check while she filed an appeal.
Money isn't everything -- unless it's $18 billion dollars. That's the amount of cash the soon-to-be ex-wife of billionaire oil executive Harold Hamm expects to win in a divorce settlement.
During her protest on Friday, July 19, Funches appeared to sleep on the sidewalk outside a Chicago courthouse while a friend hovered over her with a homemade sign that implied Funches was homeless.