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Love, etc: Shaq and Shaunie O'Neal finalize divorce


The O'Neals in 2004. (Doug Benc/Getty Images)

Almost divorced: Shaquille O'Neal and wife Shaunie. The NBA superstar and his soon-to-be-ex, who have been battling in two states, have reached a final settlement, reports TMZ. Shaunie's lawyer, Sorrell Trope, tells the celebrity Web site that Florida judges will issue the divorce decree and handle any future property issues; California, where she now lives with their kids, will handle custody issues.

By The Reliable Source  |  March 12, 2010; 1:01 AM ET
Categories:  Love, Etc.  
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Don't blame a city for your shabby marriage Shaunie! Reliable sources all say Shaunie was married when she started pursuing Shaq. All in the club in LA playing "hoochie" while her infant son and her 1st husband was at home. She was also still married to her 1st husband when she became pregnant with she and Shaq's 1st child. Now if that wasn't aggressive (at 24 years old), I don't know what is!

The bottom line is that Shaunie ushered in the masterplan. Trap a ball player to marry you by having baby after baby until he breaks down. When the player gets a vasectomy and you realize you can no longer "sweeten the pot" with adding more kids, then you bounce. Plus child and spousal support is a bigger number while the baller still has his $20 mil a year salary. She couldn't afford to wait until he retired. I'm sure she has already set her sights on the next man. Poor them.

Posted by: timetells | March 13, 2010 8:35 PM | Report abuse

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