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Why Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s divorce has been dragging on since 2016

People that before the “Maleficent” actress, 49, pulled the plug on her marriage to Pitt, 60, in 2016, “their disagreements took over.” The source shared that things “turned nasty and it was not a good situation for anyone.”Fast-forward to present day, and nothing has changed. “All the bitterness is partly why the divorce has dragged on for so many years. Neither will let it go,” the insider stated.

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Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, divorcing wife Karen after 13 years of marriage: ‘Immensely sad’
9th Earl Spencer, 60, announced the split to the Daily Mail on Saturday.“It is immensely sad,” Charles said.“I just want to devote myself to all my children, and to my grandchildren, and I wish Karen every happiness in the future,” he added.According to the Daily Mail, Charles and Karen, 52, are divorcing partly because of “the strain” it took on Charles writing about the physical and sexual abuse he experienced at boarding school in his memoir, “A Very Private School.”Charles and Karen were married since June 2011.Their wedding took place at Althorp House in Great Barington, England, two months after Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal wedding.They have a 12-year-old daughter, Charlotte Diana. Karen has two other daughters from her previous marriage to Hollywood producer Mark Gordon, while Charles has six children from his first two marriages to Victoria Lockwood and Caroline Freud.A post shared by Karen Spencer (@karenspencer)In his memoir that came out in March, Charles revealed that he was sexually abused as a child while attending Maidwell Hall, an elite English boarding school.He said that he made the revelation for the first time to a therapist.“I whispered to him that I was sexually abused as a child by an adult.
My divorce left me in crippling debt — winning ‘Jeopardy!’ changed my life
winnings that exceeded $130,000.Slaven was buried in an estimated $30,000 to $40,000 worth of legal and “retail therapy” debt, he told Business Insider in an as-told-to essay.It wasn’t until the long-time “Jeopardy!” viewer and Canadian saw an ad calling for game show contestants in the Los Angeles area ahead of his business trip to Utah in the early ’90s.“I thought Utah, that’s in the Los Angeles area,” he told Insider. “Only a 10-hour drive.”While there was “no guarantee” he would get a callback, a week after the audition, his phone rang with “that life-changing call, telling me I was going to be on the show.”And the rest was history: He went on to be a five-time champion in Season 8, earning a whopping $53,000.He could “could finally pay off those bills, with a little extra left over” — and even marry the woman of his dreams.The pair previously met in Vancouver, British Columbia, during Slaven’s brief stint in the city post-divorce, but at the time, he “felt bad” about his accumulated debt and let the spark fade away.But after scoring big on the game show, the freshly debt-free bachelor could finally pursue a relationship with her, and invited her to watch the “Jeopardy!” shows with him in 1992 when they aired.