Csi: Crime Scene Investigation creator Anthony Zuiker has settled his divorce, agreeing to hand over half his massive fortune to his ex-wife Jennifer.
His wife filed for divorce in 2011, and now she's a very rich lady thanks to the former couple's new divorce deal.
Jennifer will also pick up half of anything her ex earns from the Csi Tv shows he's created, and a portion of his paycheque from Csi: Cyber, when it debuts on Tv next year (15).
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Csi: Crime Scene Investigation creator Anthony Zuiker is officially single after finalising his divorce from his ex-wife.
The Tv mogul and his partner of 12 years, Jennifer, split last year (11) and she filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
The former couple has yet to iron out a financial or custody agreement over its three children, but a U.S. judge has now signed off on papers to legalise its split.
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The estranged wife of TV mogul Anthony Zuiker is requesting the Csi creator hand over $3 million (£1.88 million) to help pay for a new California mansion in their ongoing divorce battle.
The brains behind the hit crime dramas and his wife of 12 years, Jennifer, split last year (11) and she filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
Jennifer is seeking full custody of their three sons and monthly spousal support payments of $443,528 (£277,205), and now she's asking a judge to approve her latest monetary demand to contribute to the cost of a new home, valued at more than $6 million (£3.75 million).
The request was due to be heard in court on Wednesday (07Mar12), according to Tmz.com.
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TV mogul Anthony Zuiker has challenged his estranged wife's whopping demand for child support, insisting her request for $400,000 (£250,000) a month is wildly inflated.
The brains behind the Csi dramas wed Jennifer in 1999 but she filed for divorce in 2011, citing irreconcilable differences.
Jennifer is currently seeking full custody of their three sons and she recently requested a monthly spousal support payment of $443,528 (£277,205).
However, Zuiker has now fired back with new legal documents, claiming she recently told the court she only needed $158,000 (£98,750) a month.
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TV mogul Anthony Zuiker is heading for a bitter court battle with his estranged wife after challenging her bid for sole custody of their three children.
The brains behind the Csi dramas wed Jennifer in 1999; she filed for divorce last week (ends29Apr11), citing irreconcilable differences.
Jennifer also asked for full custody of their sons, but Zuiker hit back at the request in legal papers of his own this week (begs02May11).
He is demanding joint legal and physical custody of the boys, reports Tmz.com.
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The wife of TV mogul Anthony Zuiker has filed for divorce.
Zuiker, who is the brains behind the Csi dramas, wed his wife Jennifer in 1999. The couple has three sons.
Jennifer has filed papers in Los Angeles, citing "irreconcilable differences" for the marriage breakdown, according to Tmz.com.
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Rapper LL Cool J is developing a new TV series with CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION creator Anthony Zuiker.
The hip-hop hitmaker will star in and produce the new show, which is tentatively titled The Man.
He reveals, "We have a great show, where the level of quality and the quality of writing has been taken to another level."
Pop superstar Christina Aguilera is to appear in hit US TV show CSI: NEW YORK, and plans have already been made for a darker theme for the episode.
The AIN'T NO OTHER MAN singer will put her fledgling acting skills to the test in the Crime Scene Investigation series, having previously only voiced a small part in the animated movie Shark Tale.
Executive producer Anthony Zuiker says, "Christina's a fan of the show, and we're excited to have her. The episode will probably explore the topic of battered women."
Aguilera has been an avid campaigner against domestic violence after revealing her father physically abused her mother during her childhood.
Pop star Christina Aguilera is set to guest star on CSI: NEW YORK in February (07).
The episode will feature a storyline about battered women, which is an issue close to Aguilera's heart - she grew up in an abusive home and is a major contributor to a women's shelter in her hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
CSI Executive Producer Anthony Zuiker tells TV Guide magazine, "Christina's a fan of the show, and we're excited to have her. The episode will probably explore the topic of battered women."
The AIN'T NO OTHER MAN singer isn't expected to play herself. Aguilera's music will also be featured in the episode.