Will Georgina Chapman Leave Harvey Weinstein? The Designer Could Make $12 Million Dollars From Divorce
In the midst of the sexual assault allegations, Harvey Weinstein lost his company, his reputation, and also his wife. Georgina Chapman left Weinstein after he was accused of sexually assaulting, raping, and harassing over 80 women.
Chapman has not spoken since she left her husband, however; multiple sources have reported that she is doing well and focused on raising her the couple's two children. Chapman has yet to officially file for divorce from Weinstein, however; new court documents show that Chapman would be well off if she decided to.
The couple has been married for almost ten years, their anniversary is this Friday. According to the prenup which was obtained by TMZ, if Chapman should officially divorce Weinstein, she could get $400,000 annually in spousal support.
In addition to the spousal support, Chapman would receive $250,000 in marital assets for the first five years of their marriage and $700,000 per year for the next five years. The agreement also states that Chapman would get $25,000 for each month she was married to Weinstein. In total, Chapman stands to make $12 million dollars if she decides to move forward with the divorce.
The agreement also states, that neither party is allowed to speak publicly about the details of their divorce nor are they allowed to expose their personal matters in any way or form, which includes interviews, books, etc.
Will Chapman Leave?
Chapman has not officially confirmed if she would be filing for divorce from Weinstein, however, sources have stated that she plans to divorce him soon. Chapman and Weinstein began dating in 2004 after he left his first wife, Eve Chilton. The couple's daughter, India, was born in August 2010 and their son, Dashiell, was born in April 2013.
Chapman officially separated from Weinstein on Oct. 10, 2017.
"My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions. I have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority, and I ask the media for privacy at this time," the designer stated.
Weinstein stated that he was working on getting his wife back and had entered rehab in Arizona, acknowledging that he needed help for his sex addiction. No word has been given yet if the producer has finished his program, however; he still denies all the allegations against him.