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Brooke Mueller Gets $11K Per Day for Short Marriage to Charlie Sheen?

brooke mueller, charlie sheen, brooke mueller paris hilton, brooke mueller charlie sheen, paris hiltonBrooke Mueller will get $700,000 once her divorce from Charlie Sheen is wrapped up but her settlement is way more than it appears at first glance.  I did the math and for being married 3 years to Charlie Sheen, Mueller basically gets $11,000 for every day she was married to the Two and Half Men star!

The couple were married on May 30, 2008 and if the divorce is final by May 30, 2011, Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen were married for 3 years total.

Brooke will get $700,000, a 2009 Mercedes sports car and her $1 million share of the couple’s home in the divorce agreement. On top of the settlement, Mueller gets Mueller will also receive $55,000 a month in child support!  If Charlie Sheen pays child support for Bob and Max, who will turn two this year, for another 16 years until they are of legal age, that works out to a whopping $10,560,000 in child support for Brooke Mueller.

Check my math but here’s what I added up for Brooke Mueller’s total settlement for her divorce:

  • $700,000 Lump Settlement
  • $1,000,000 Share of House Sale
  • $10,560,000 Child Support for 16 Years

That’s a total of $12,260,000 for Brooke Mueller to start her new life.  If you divide the $12,260,000 by 3 years, it works out to $11,196 for every day she was married to Charlie Sheen.

Under California law, the pair should be divorced within six months. The couple wed in 2008 and their twins Bob and Max were born on 14th March 2009.  Charlie Sheen is currently doing addiction rehab treatment at his home and is taking a break from his hit series Two and a Half Men.

$11K per day is a pretty good wage, in my book. I’m not saying that she didn’t suffer being married to Charlie Sheen but it’s kind of hard to make $11K in most jobs, just sayin’…

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