Arnold Schwarzenegger had to divide half of his earnings from 1986 to 2011 with his ex-wife Maria Shriver when completing the divorce proceedings.
On June 22, the source of US Weekly said the court had just ordered Maria Shriver to receive half of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s assets after a year of completing the divorce proceedings. The amount includes the income he earned from acting, business, Governor of California and pensions and allowances.
The star couple completed the divorce procedure in 2021, after 10 years of separation. They have four children together: Katherine (32 years old) Christina (30 years old), Patrick (28 years old) and Christopher (24 years old). Shriver and Schwarzenegger experienced a 25-year marriage before breaking up because the actor revealed an affair scandal with his maid Mildred Patricia Baena. He also has a son – Joseph Baena (25 years old) – with a mistress.
Follow Celebrity Networth, Arnold Schwarzenegger currently owns a net worth of about 400-450 million USD. His income is mainly from acting, business and political careers. In which, most of the profits from film projects from the 1980s to the early 2000s. Arnold Schwarzenegger once announced his retirement after retirement. Around the World in 80 Days (2004) to focus on serving as Governor of California. After that, he only appeared in a few film projects as a guest.
After breaking up with Maria Shriver, Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to acting and appeared in a number of blockbusters such as The Expendables 2, Terminator Genisys, Terminator: Dark Fate… Although no longer a husband and wife, amateurs destroyer often say well when it comes to Shriver. He replied on the channel Extra 2012: “She is a wonderful mother. We work together to raise a family despite going through a divorce. We both want to make sure our children grow up happily and become good citizens.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger, born in 1947, is an Austrian-born actor, known for his muscular roles in Hollywood such as Terminator, Conan the Barbarian, Commando… Before starting his film career, he was a professional bodybuilder, a seven-time Mr. Olympia in the 1970s. Arnold also competed in weightlifting at the Olympics. From 2003 to 2011, Arnold served as governor of California. He once expressed his desire to become President of the United States but did not run for election.
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