It’s a bittersweet day: Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have finalised their divorce settlement and split all their possessions accordingly. Which means that it’s the end of a – dull but entertaining – era.
At times like these, emotions are frayed and unpredictable. Now that Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have completed their divorce settlement, we’re a bit sad that we won’t be able to make any more cheap jokes about Brad and Jen. But every cloud has a silver lining – at least we can use the word ‘divvy’ a lot to describe how Pitt and Aniston have divided their stuff up. It’s little things like this that we have to cling on to at such sad times.
Brad Pitt (DVDs) and Jennifer Aniston were a true Hollywood golden couple,
getting married in a giant fairytale ceremony in 2000 and always being photographed staring into each other’s eyes. And everything
was just peachy for Brad and Jennifer – until Brad apparently decided
to do the nastydance with Angelina Jolie behind Jennifer’s back, that
Following their split – and eventual divorce – Pitt and Aniston have done wildly different things. Brad had looked at some dinosaurs with Angelina and – possibly more relevantly – become the father of Angelina’s adopted kids while getting Angelina . Jennifer, on the other hand, has moaned and moaned and moaned about Brad to magazines, got called a man and did the smoochy smooch with Vince Vaughn.
And now comes the final part in the Brad Pitt/ Jennifer Aniston
divorce deal – they get to divvy up their stuff. But how have Brad and
Jen decided to divvy up their empire? Like any married couple would
divvy up their stuff, it would seem. Jennifer Aniston has got the house
and Brad Pitt has got the family business. But that doesn’t mean that
Pitt and Jennifer had to divvy up a two-up two-down and a manky boot
fair stall, oh no.
When we say that Jennifer Aniston gets the house, we actually mean
that she gets the $29 million dollar Malibu mansion that the couple
previously owned. And, in return, Brad gets to keep the major share of
Plan B, the couple’s joint production company. Plan B helped make
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, and is worth $50 million.
There’s still no word on who got to keep the various collections of
Friends DVDs, Tomb Raider computer games and Jamie Oliver cookbooks in the divorce deal,
[story by Stuart Heritage]