Mariah Carey Rejected The Most Extreme Prenup: It's ‘Tacky And Insulting'
If you're the type to think, “She's only marrying him for the money,” boy do I have a story for you.
TMZ claims to have obtained details of a prenup proposal sent to Mariah Carey from her ex-fiancé billionaire James Packer, and the stipulations are actually wild.
One part reportedly read,
James will pay Mariah, and Mariah shall accept, $6 million dollars per year for each full year of marriage, up to a maximum of $30 million … adjusted pro-rata on a weekly basis [$151,385 per week].
Excuse me, WHAT?
Either I'm crazy, or this man offered a salary to Mariah Carey so that she could be his wife.
But that's just the tip of the iceberg.
According to TMZ's report, Packer was also prepared to provide a credit card to Mariah and her team (on a certain budget, of course).
The prenup proposal reportedly stated,
James shall cause a credit card(s) to be issued for use by Mariah and staff … the amount of expenses … shall not exceed US $____ [purposely left blank] per calendar month.
But wait, there's more!
The proposal reportedly stipulated that Packer would provide a private jet for Mariah, only when he deems it “appropriate.” Also, Mariah would have been in charge of buying clothes for her kids.
In other words, Packer was saying, “Them yo babies, not mine.”
Now, Mariah Carey ended up rejecting the proposal on the grounds it was “tacky and insulting,” which could also explain why their wedding plans have been scrapped.
Last month, the pair announced their split, which was weeks after they got into an engagement-ending fight while vacationing in Greece.
Though the two went abroad to discuss their wedding plans, the trip obviously didn't go as planned.
Mariah's rep, however, confirmed to ET Online the fight wasn't due to “excessive spending by Mariah.”
Well, I guess that saying about how money can't buy you love is only a rule for peasants like you and me.
This insane prenup proposal proves love and money will never be separate for the real ballers like James Packer.
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