According to Los Angeles' KNBC-TV, MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx and his ex-wife, model/actress Donna D'Errico, reached a settlement Wednesday (November 28) on the division of assets in their divorce, bringing an end to a bitter trial.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Thomas Trent Lewis signed a judgment making the settlement terms official, although details of the accord — other than that both sides agreed to waive spousal support — were not made public.
"I'm glad to have it over," D'Errico said as she left the courtroom.
Sixx, smiling as he walked out of the downtown courthouse, said, "I think it's a beautiful day."
When asked for his reaction to the settlement, he replied, "I had a nice Thanksgiving. I ate too much."
The case was punctuated with drama, including D'Errico's collapse several weeks ago in a courthouse restroom, which prompted a response by paramedics. The 39-year-old former "Baywatch" actress and onetime Playboy Playmate later said she had breathing difficulties due to asthmatic bronchitis aggravated by a recent wildfire near her Malibu home.
Lawyers for Sixx suggested D'Errico's problems were in response to Lewis' denial of her request for a delay in the trial so she could rest her voice and hire a new lawyer.
Read the entire article at www.knbc.com.
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