Janet Jackson To Get About $200 million After Split From Husband

Filed in Celebrity News by on April 11, 2017 0 Comments

After some investigations were carried out, it has been uncovered that Janet Jackson’s split from husband could make her up to $200 million richer.

Janet Jackson’s split from husband
This could be possible depending on the terms of their prenup according to family sources.
Janet Jackson’s split from husband Wissam Al Mana could earn her up to $ 100 million if they stayed married for at least five years, family sources told The Post.

Recall that Jackson and Al Mana announced their marriage in January 2012 but might have been secretly married as early as December 2011.
We gathered that the prenup also calls for 100 million payment to be doubled if they have a child, and three months ago the couple welcomed their first baby, Eissa.
According to New York post’s report on the matter, source told the media outfit that “She loves to be in control.” “She ceded that control [in marriage] and she was not happy about it. She wants to get back to being Janet Jackson and not Mrs. Wissam Al Mana or being the obedient Muslim wife.
They also reported that a ,”A long-time security guard for the Jackson family agreed, saying money isn’t the driving force here — and that Janet didn’t like Al Mana’s conservative ways”.
The relative added “It looks like a money grab but it’s not about money.” “She’s never in a relationship too long. Her longest was [musician] Rene [Elizonda] and that was for [nearly] 10 years [1991-2000]. Marriage doesn’t agree with her. She doesn’t agree with marriage.”
It was also reported according to an estimate by money-and-celeb site the multiple billion dollars business mogul is worth $1billion while Jackson is worth a mere $150 million. And if Janet Jackson’s split from husband just takes a $200 million payout the scratch may not have much effect.
However, the Al Mana Group has vast holdings in cars, real estate, retail, tech and other ventures.


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