The Campaign For DA

1.07.2015

I Guess It Is Crazy


Hey, I don't know what she is legally entitled to but she thinks it is 1/2 of his $18 billion empire that was built during their 26 years of marriage.  As crazy as it sounds, I guess she could be correct.

Story.



21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Welcome to America.

Anonymous said...

You gotta be shittin me.

Katy Anders said...

Oklahoma isn't a community property state, so who knows...

I should have just written my ex a check for $974,790,317.77 when we split up.

Anonymous said...

what is your opinion on this? should she and any others be entitled to half?

Anonymous said...

For $974,790,317.77 dollars, I'd hit that. All day, all day long!

Anonymous said...

I hope the judge awards her 1 penny for turning that down. It was his company, not hers. She is a woman for Pete's sake, so we know she couldn't possibly do anything of value in our society. He just gave her a title so she could feel important.

Anonymous said...

I would rather hire a prostitute. It is cheaper and you can dump them when they get old and fat.

Triple Fake... said...

I know that's the law in some states, but unless she was an active partner in the business operation, there's no way she should get half.
Maybe a percentage based on years of the marriage. The longer the marriage the higher the percentage. And maybe a little extra if there's a significant difference in their ages.
Am I right, ladies?

Triple Fake Mrs. May December

Anonymous said...

Katy, Your ex probably would have rejected your check also. Women just never think they have enough. How much did you have to offer her?

Katy Anders said...

@12:36: I don't know exactly but I think a check for $975,000,000 from me would probably bounce.

$9.75 would be safe, most months.

Anonymous said...

Oh you want a check, sure thing, I thought you wanted real money

Anonymous said...

She was partner in business as well as marital. She had some serious oil & gas financial chops & was active in the company for quite a while. As a matter of fact, as the divorce was approaching, it became a sticky wicket for the company because a sizable holding in the Bakken Shale had been routed through a trust held by her. Don't know if she signed off on relinquishing her interest in the holding back to the company or not.

DF Boone Pickens

Anonymous said...

Hey Bu...

I need to lawyer up. I need to legally change my name to Sue Ann Arnall...muy pronto. The teller at DATCU was about to deposit this check for me when she asked me for a picture ID.

So close, yet, so far.

Double Fake Sue Ann...uh...the REAL Sue Ann Arnall

Anonymous said...

the poor little lady

Anonymous said...

$18 billion will buy favor in many courts across the country. Lobbying the court it's appealed to would be my first move.

Anonymous said...

That article was a horrible source to cite. http://money.cnn.com/2015/01/06/luxury/billionaire-divorce-check/index.html It explains that she is an economist and a lawyer and that she held an executive position in the company. The TWO of them built that business. They have 2 children. She looks great. He looks like a slob. I bet that she was the real force in keeping that company running.

Anonymous said...

I'd make sweet love to him for half what he offered her and I'm a guy. It'd never do it again though.

Anonymous said...

6:56 PM

You're such a liar. Once you put a price on your integrity/values, you're always for sale.

After you blew through the cash, you would do it again. Hell, you would probably even reduce your price.

People that go down that road seldom get off it...

Anonymous said...

10:17 Ok, so what's in your wallet?

Anonymous said...

I developed a bad gambling habit the year before my divorce and lost almost everything so there was nothing to divide except what my ex had in her separate bank accounts and the stocks she purchased with her income during our marriage.

Anonymous said...

Thank You for callin Belew Law Firm, she will fight for the last dollar

LMBO