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Kelsey And Camille Grammer Reach Financial Settlement

Kelsey Grammer reaches financial settlement with Camille

Over a year after their divorce was granted, Kelsey Grammer and his ex-wife Camille have reached a financial settlement according to RadarOnline.

A source told the website, “Camille and Kelsey had a post divorce conference scheduled for December 20, but it has been taken off calendar because they hashed out a settlement within the last few days.”

The couple divorced in February 2011, but are just now reaching a financial settlement because they co-owned several properties and other investments. The divorce battle raged on for almost two years.

Just last month, we reported that Kelsey Grammer wanted to move back into the mansion he co-owned with his ex-wife. They had been trying to sell the home but were unable to get any buyers for the proper and if Grammar and his new wife, Kayte, moved into the home, it would be harder to sell.

For her part, Camille Grammer recently spoke to Anderson Cooper about her feud with her ex-husband and how hard it has been for the two to co-parent their two children, Mason Olivia and Jude Gordon.

“It’s very difficult to co-parent with someone who won’t speak to you, text you, or email you,” she said. She also said she has reached out to Grammer but he refuses to speak to her. She also said her ex-husband has effectively banned any mention of her from his home.

“So these poor kids, my daughter and my son can’t say my name in their father’s house,” she said. “I think they can say ‘Mom’ or ‘The other household. But they can’t say my name. They can’t say ‘Camille.’”

The former Playboy model also said that she and her ex-husband aren’t officially divorced because Kelsey Grammer has yet to sign the paper.

“Release me! Set me free,” Grammer said. “You’re married; you have a child. We are going to meet before a judge again very soon, so hopefully this time it will be over.”

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7 Responses to “Kelsey And Camille Grammer Reach Financial Settlement”

  1. Audrey Richardson

    why do these people always reduce their failed relationships into money? when I divorced my husband I refused any settlement and the judge asked me wy, I told him I wanted to be free of him and not be indebted to him in any way and that I could support my children mysefl.
    The judge was none too amused but allowed it when I told him I worked for the Min. of Social Security as a visting the poor and needy!