Before getting married, Sam and Britney had a very close prenuptial agreement. Therefore, the singer’s young husband will not receive any money from the memoir that his wife is about to release.
On June 13, TMZ reported that Sam Asghari and Britney Spears signed a prenuptial agreement before the ceremony. The pop star and her actor husband are both protected from their personal assets, according to the Daily Mail.
According to the prenuptial agreement, Sam Asghari will not receive any assets from Britney Spears in the event of a divorce. At that time, the 29-year-old fitness trainer also made statements saying that marrying Britney Spears for love, does not care about her fortune.
According to sources, Britney Spears received $ 15 million from the contract to release the memoir The Woman in Me. According to Page Six, even if she writes about her marriage to Sam Asghari and the cause of their breakdown in the book, Sam won’t make any money.
While there are reports that the young husband signed a prenuptial agreement with the provision that he will be paid one million dollars per year of marriage (if they break up), a source refuted on Page Six: “Britney and Sam have a very tight prenuptial contract. Basically, he won’t get anything: he doesn’t have millions of dollars and certainly won’t get a share of the profits from Britney’s memoir. That’s her book.”
Britney Spears and Sam Asghari tied the knot in June 2022 after nearly 6 years of dating. On Aug. 16, Sam filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences” and set the breakup date as July 28. According to TMZ, the actor wants Britney to pay post-divorce benefits and attorney’s fees, and wants to discuss some of the property clauses in the prenuptial contract.
Some sources say that Sam Asghari is reportedly threatening to disclose sensitive information during the divorce if Britney does not change some financial terms in the prenuptial contract.
“Asghari is trying to negotiate the amount outside of his and Britney’s prenuptial contract. That’s what Sam is focusing on,” a source told Page Six.
The person said the Iranian-born actor wanted to get a bigger payment than what was agreed with Britney in exchange for silence. “He threatened to release extremely embarrassing information about Britney unless he was paid,” the source said.
However, another source close to Britney told Dailymail: “The allegations are absolutely ridiculous. Her lawyer, a former federal prosecutor, would never let anyone blackmail Britney Spears.”
Previously, Britney Spears signed her first prenuptial agreement with ex-husband Kevin Federline. The two have two sons together, Sean and Jayden.
According to the New York Times, the singer’s net worth is $60 million, as of 2021. A few decades ago, Britney Spears was the world’s top pop star. In 2002, Forbes named the singer the most powerful celebrity, with an estimated income of $ 40 million, excluding taxes and fees.
In terms of both income and star power, Britney Spears came out on top, ahead of her contemporaries Jessica Simpson and Jennifer Lopez. To this day, the number of tickets and albums sold by the singer is also among the top.
However, in 2021, when it comes to net worth, the pop princess is far behind many of her peers. The reason is said to be that the singer spent millions of dollars in legal costs when pursuing a lawsuit against her biological father. In addition, Spears provided a significant amount of money to her ex-husband Kevin Federline to raise their two children.
The owner of Baby One More Time also withdraws his wallet to buy a lot of real estate, buy appliances and equipment in the villa, travel, volunteer …
According to sources revealed in Dailymail and TMZ, Sam Asghari recently suspected Britney of infidelity and confronted her, leading to a heated argument between the two. Later, Sam reportedly moved out of Britney’s mansion and lived separately. Another source confirmed on ET, Britney assured that she did not cheat on her husband and said that they broke up because there were many disagreements in their lives, there was no common voice.