Shannon Beador's Divorce Finalised


It's finally over!

Almost two years after Shannon Beador and her beady little eyed ex-husband, David Beador, filed for divorce in 2017 it has finally been finalised. The two were set to head to trial to work out their divorce proceedings, however, they finally reached a settlement which will stop them from going down that nasty courtroom drama.

According to The Blast who obtained the couple's court documents, they will share joint custody of their three children and agreed neither will move outside of Orange County with their kids. Shouldn't that be an unspoken rule?

In the money department, David agreed to pay $2,935 per month in child support, plus $7,065 for spousal support per month which comes to a total of $10,000 a month. On top of his $10,000 payments, David also has to pay his ex a one-time payment of $1.4 million to equalize the division of their community property. In other words, Shannon is ROLLING in it and has a snatched revenge body to match. Who needs $10K a month to do anything?

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In terms of what each of them keep, Shannon is keeping a 2015 Cadillac Escalade, a 2018 BMW 7 Series sedan, a view of their bank accounts and her entertainment company (she has an entertainment company?) but has agreed to pay off certain credit card debt, which will be easy to do with the million dollars coming her way.

Not that any of you actually care what scumbag David ends up with but if you do, it's his home in Corona, CA, all right to his construction business, a 1998 Ford Expedition, a 2008 Ford Explorer, a 2011 Land Rover Range Rover, a 2017 BMW XS, a 2018 Ford Raptor Truck, a 2018 Porsche Carrera Turbo and all household items in his possession.

Let's all rejoice that not only will this hell be over but that we'll finally get to see happy, fit, single Shannon on the upcoming season of The Real Housewives of Orange County. There's nothing better than a Housewife in her second season of divorce, just ask Ramona Singer!

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