Mel Gibson and his soon-to-be-ex Australian wife, Robyn Moore, are selling their Malibu family mansion for $16 million dollars as their divorce enters its final phases. Gibson has been forced to carve up his estate and assets throughout his long-standing divorce proceedings.
Gibson’s divorce could have been a lot faster, cheaper and less painful for his family had he and Robyn had the foresight to enter into a pre-nuptial agreement before taking the plunge to get married.
While $16 million dollars may seem like a lot to some, Mel Gibson has earned at least $1 billion, yes that was a “b,” in his career as an Hollywood actor, director and producer.
Still, if it were me, I would rather not have to sell my mansion because I lacked the good sense to enter into a prenup to split the proceeds with my soon-to-be-ex-wife. We all know that Mel could have afforded to hire the most prestigious divorce and family law firm to represent him in entering a prenuptial agreement.
Mel Gibson has already has had a daughter with his Russian girlfriend, pianist Oksana Grigorieva. Sounds like it’s time to reach a settlement Mel…
There placing the mansion on the market hints that Mel and his Australian wife, Robyn Moore, have reached a divorce settlement agreement.
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