Saturday, 5 November 2016

Mariah Carey and James Parker's outrageous prenup revealed


They were just recently engaged following a hot romance. But it was a short one.
Recently billionaire James Parker broke up with Mariah Carey. Speculations have been going on as to the cause of the break but people suspect the row they had in Greece must have made the billionaire to pull the plug on his impending wedding. 

A draft of the former couple's supposed prenup was recently sighted. Details from a draft of the   unsigned prenup have emerged, revealing a list of strict stipulations.
The document was allegedly put together by James's executive Robert Rankin. It was subsequently leaked to TMZ and in it  the Australian businessman, 49, wanted to pay Mariah, 46, $6million for every full year of marriage up to a total of $30million, should they split.

It 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].'

It's been alleged Mariah was keen to receive a $50million sum if the pair separated.
Another condition saw James get the final say on when it was appropriate for Mariah to use any private jet he provided.

Dailymail gathered that the document stated: 'James shall provide the use of one private aircraft, of his selection, for Mariah's personal use, or that of her children and nannies only when James, in his sole discretion, determines it is appropriate to do so.' 
As for gifts, James wanted it clearly established what constituted a present outside of their engagement, wedding, birthdays and anniversaries.

It says: '...no item of jewelry and/or personal adornment costing over $250,000 will be deemed a gift unless accompanied by, or promptly followed by, a writing specifically stating "This is my gift to you".'

James had also intended to issue Mariah and her team with a credit card to spend a predetermined allowance on expenses.
The billionaire tried to rush the prenup through lawyers in time for a March 1 wedding, it has been claimed.

He angrily ordered lawyers to complete the agreement in an email chain where he reportedly told them: 'Do as I say or f**** off'.

Despite his demands, neither of the pair is believed to have signed the document before calling off their engagement after a row in September. 

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