Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith’s divorce rumors are once again making headlines in the tabloids and the gossip columns. As per the reports from ‘NW’ magazine, the couple is currently taking a trial separation and it might be possible that they call it quits for good.
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Now there are new reports in the ‘Globe’ magazine that says the Smith are on the verge of a divorce and the legal settlements could take more than $270 million in terms of property and cash. There have been multiple reasons for the marital issues between Will and Jada Pinkett Smith and everyone knows that the marriage will fall apart very soon. Here is more on Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith divorce rumors and the possible truth behind the couple having a $270 million legal settlement.
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith to have $270 Million Legal Settlement
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have tried everything to save their marriage but somehow nothing seems to be working. The couple has tried counseling, they went on vacations, even their kids tried to talk them out of it, but nothing seems to have a positive effect on their relationship.
Jada cheating with rapper August Alsina and Will having an extra-marital affair with Margot Robbie are the main reasons why their marriage is now broken and they are heading for a divorce. The sources add that Will Smith doesn’t have to pay everything since Jada Pinkett Smith is also at fault, but still the divorce value could around $270 million as the ‘Men in Black’ star is worth billions.
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith Divorce Rumors and Real Truth
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith divorce rumors make sense as the couple had a lot of differences between them. But it has been years and there are no hints of a divorce or legal separation as Will and Jada have worked on their issues. The couple is one of the biggest names in Hollywood and it makes sense for the tabloids to claim that the Smiths are having an expensive divorce, but nothing of that is actually true.