Harvey Weinstein’s ex Georgina Chapman finalizes divorce as she goes red carpet official with Adrien Brody
GEORGINA Chapman has finalized her divorce from shamed movie mogul Harvey Weinstein as she was spotted on the red carpet with her new boyfriend Adrien Brody.
The divorce was finalized in Manhattan Supreme Court earlier this week, according to online records.
Chapman, 45, split from the disgraced former film producer in 2017 and filed for divorce.
They reportedly reached a settlement in 2018 that required Weinstein, 69, to pay his ex between $15million and $20million, according to Page Six.
The prenuptial agreement reportedly stated Weinstein must pay $300,000 in support for each year of a marriage before it increases to $400,000 after a decade.
Chapman secured their $15million White Village home and their $12million Hampton beach houses.
The pair share two children and married in 2007 after meeting at a party.
Chapman's attorney declined to comment and a rep for Weinstein couldn't be reached by Page Six.
The fashion designer and Brody were snapped kissing on the red carpet as they attended a screening of "The French Dispatch" during the Cannes Film Festival.
They were spotted in LA with her two children last week.
The Pianist star, 48, had his arm wrapped around Chapman – who held his hand tight.
She rocked a green bomber jacket, white plunging v-neck, and jeans while her new man wore a similar colored camo sweater.
The adults were accompanied by the mom-of-two’s son and daughter.
Chapman met her new boyfriend through her ex-husband after Adrien starred in the movies Hollywoodland and Jailbreakers.
The fashion designer left Weinstein in 2017 when the sexual assault allegations against him first came to light.
She said in a statement at the time: “My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions.
“I have chosen to leave my husband. Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.”
Weinstein is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence after he was convicted of rape and a criminal sexual act.
He is appealing his conviction and sentence and has denied having non-consensual sex with anyone.
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