Johnny Depp To Pay Vanessa Paradis $150 Million In Settlement

Johnny Depp To Pay Vanessa Paradis $150 Million In Settlement
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Johnny Depp separated from his partner of 14 years, Vanessa Paradis, earlier this week. As an out-of-court settlement, Depp plans to pay Paradis $150 million.

The recently-separated couple plan to keep their relationship amicable.

According to legal experts, negotiations over financial support would be complicated since the couple were married.

Depp has no hard feelings toward Paradis. One source said that ”he will make a generous lump sum payment as a settlement.”

The French singer will retain ownership of the house in Plan-de-la-Tour in southern France, while Depp will own his Hollywood Hills home.

They have two children together – Lily-Rose, 13, and Jack, 10.

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