After a grueling and bitter two-year divorce, actor Terrence Howard (pictured left) and his now former wife Michelle Ghent (pictured) have finally divorced, ending their nearly three-year marriage. Reportedly, Howard’s divorce attorneys made it possible for him to hold on to most of his assets while Ghent wound up with the short end of the stick, reports the Hollywood Gossip.
According to the divorce decree, Howard got to keep both of their homes located in Pennsylvania and every single one of his 25 bank accounts.
The couple owned a pricey 2011 Range Rover…and Ghent also has to hand its keys over to her ex-hubby.
The 35-year-old ex-missus does however get to keep her bicycle.
Well alrighty now!
The couple also agreed to spousal support for Ghent over the next three years to the tune of $5,800 a month, which is mere a drop in the bucket for the A-list actor.
The couple’s divorce war was fodderfor news outlets everywhere. There were such nasty accusations as Ghent allegedly giving Howard pet names like “N-word monkey.”
The Oscar-nominated performer and Ghent have no children together, and according to Howard, Ghent said that she “did not want any N-word children from him” because she never wanted to marry a “N-word” in the first place.
There were also reports of physical abuse and violent threats made that reportedly began even before the ink dried on their marriage license. At one point, Ghent was granted a restraining order by the courts against Howard, whom she claims had dangerous bouts of mood swings that are so intense he threatened to throw her off a balcony.
Both Howard and Ghent have denied all the allegations that have been made throughout their divorce battle.