Hilary Duff’s divorce from Mike Comrie has been finalized by a Los Angeles judge. According to reports by TMZ, the singer and actress will pay the former NHL star $2,408,786 in exchange for her getting to keep their Beverly Hills mansion and other assets. Comrie gets to keep his 2014 Bentley couple, a 2013 Mercedes G-Class SUV and certain pieces of valuable jewelry. The division of assets is somewhat surprising since Comrie comes from a multimillionaire family. According to Us, the former hockey star’s father, Bill Comrie, founded a Canadian retail company and is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Duff and Comrie’s division of assets was governed by their prenuptial agreement.
The couple has agreed to joint custody of Luca, their three-year old son. They have also agreed to split the costs of rearing Luca and neither will pay or receive alimony.
Duff, 28, starred in the Lizzie McGuire television series and film. She currently stars on the TV Land series Younger. Comrie played professional hockey for the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2002 to 2011. The couple was married in 2010 and parted ways in 2014 when Comrie made headlines for drunkenly hitting on a waitress.
Despite the drama between them, Duff recently stated that “[w]e are good friends and we laugh a lot,” she said. “And we have a great communication and we share pictures when one is not with Luca. He’s great, we are great and we keep on trucking.”
Fox News is reporting that Duff is venturing out into the world of online dating via Tinder. In fact, Duff is exploring dating “normal,” non-celebrity guys. She has posted that all she wants to do is go out for pizza!
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