Georgina Chapman and Harvey Weinstein, have finalised their divorce.
According to documents and sources, the couple’s disputed divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court was concluded this week, and online court records show the matter is now marked as “disposed” after a final, sealed motion was submitted Monday.
Chapman’s lawyers, a power couple from Cohen Clair Lans Greifer Thorpe & Rottenstreich, who formerly represented A-list clients including Christie Brinkley and Uma Thurman, declined to comment.
Weinstein’s representative could not be found, despite the fact that he is facing a fresh sex crimes indictment in California.
After learning that he was a serial sex offender, the fashion designer stunner separated with the disgraced movie mogul and convicted rapist in 2017 and has been dating actor Adrien Brody for the last two years while her divorce was thrashed out in court.
Weinstein, 69, and Chapman, 45, married in 2007 after meeting at a party and have two children, India, 10, and Dashiell, 8.
According to a source, the former couple struck a divorce deal in January 2018 that required the fallen Hollywood titan to pay his ex between $15 million and $20 million and relinquish custody of his children.
According to Weinstein’s prenuptial agreement, he must pay Chapman $300,000 in spousal support for each year of marriage, with the number increasing to $400,000.
The settlement came on the tenth anniversary of the couple’s marriage.
According to reports, Chapman also received a portion of the marital assets, including their $15 million West Village townhouse and $12 million Hamptons beach property, as well as other payments.
The couple filed for divorce in secret, and all documents were sealed, but the case’s exhibits revealed a few details about the battle.
“Payments for private flights,” “checks to Cannes,” “vogue write-up,” “articles documenting defendant’s philanthropy,” and “receipt of bail bond funds” were among the exhibits.
Chapman revealed in October 2017 that she was divorcing Weinstein shortly after news of his long history as a sexual predator leaked.
The Marchesa founder remarked at the time, “My heart hurts for all the ladies who have suffered terrible agony as a result of these inexcusable crimes.”
“I’ve made the decision to divorce my husband. My primary concern is to look after my little children.”
Weinstein replied that he agreed with her decision but hoped the two could work things out.
He remarked at the time, “I’m in counselling, and perhaps when I’m better, we can rebuild.”
“I understand; I love her and our children, and I hope to be back in their lives when I am better.”
Weinstein was found guilty of rape and a criminal sexual act in March and sentenced to 23 years in prison.