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How much money did Ivana get for being Trump’s wife?

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As America’s elite gather at Ivana Trump’s funeral, details about her divorce settlement with Donald are revealed

Ivana Trump, the eccentric actor, model, and ex-wife of a former U.S president, has been farewelled at a funeral in New York.

But has the 73-year-old is laid to rest, what exactly was her relationship with Donald like and what divorce settlement did she receive?

The pair married in 1977, before officially separating in 1992, after 15 years of marriage and three children.

It followed Donald’s infamous affair with Marla Maples, who would later become his second wife.

But it wasn’t all bad news for Ivana. The socialite walked away with a total of $25 million at the time, which is worth $100 million in today’s dollar. 

She also received $650,000 a year in child support for Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric until they reached adulthood.

Alongside the money, Ivana inherited a 45 room mansion in Connecticut, a flat in Trump Plaza, and use of the Florida estate for one month a year. 

It was reported the massive payments actually sent Donald into deep debt, and the former president had to secure bank loans to pay his fair share.

Despite the bitter divorce, Ivana and Trump remained friends over the years. The socialite even wished her ex-husband all the best as he embarked on his presidential campaign.

The funeral for the late Ivana Trump was held at New York City’s St. Vincent Ferrer Church on Wednesday.

She died last week after falling down the stairs in her Upper East Side home. Read more.

Ivana’s three children, alongside Donald and a whole host of America’s elite were in all attendance to bid farewell.

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Ex-military contractor escapes house arrest

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Mastermind of the largest corruption scandal in US Navy history is on the run after cutting of his ankle bracelet

A former military contractor who was at the centre of the largest corruption scandal in U.S. Navy history, has escaped house arrest.

It comes just three weeks before he was set to face sentencing.

The fugitive, known to many as “Fat Leonard”, pleaded guilty to bribery and fraud charges in 2015.

He bribed U.S. Navy officials with cash, prostitutes, and all-expenses paid trips, in exchange for access to military intelligence, earning him millions.

According to authorities, when police arrived at Francis’ home, all that they found was an ankle bracelet he had cut off and left in a portable cooler.

This all comes as the U.S. Military is reporting a 13 per cent spike in the number of sexual assaults last year.

It’s understood 36,000 service members had experienced unwanted sexual assault, with the Army reporting its largest spike in nearly a decade.

Despite this, the Pentagon says it is working to stamp out this poor behaviour.

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Another tanker got stuck in the Suez Canal – here’s the rescue mission

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Another ship got stuck in the Suez Canal

A crude oil tanker has been re-floated after blocking the famous Canal in Egypt.

According to a spokesman for Suez Canal Authority… the Affinity-V vessel became stuck in a single-lane stretch of the canal – but not as long as the last giant tanker of 20-21 that we all remember

The Affinity was refloated after tugboats were deployed to assist.

Affinity V was floating again about five hours later, authority spokesperson George Safwat said. 

Affinity V was travelling from Portugal to Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea port of Yanbu.

It’s unclear how much oil the Singaporean-flagged ship was carrying, but ABC reported it has a capacity to carry more than 110,000 tonnes. 

It’s been 18 months since the Ever Given container ship blocked the canal for six days.

The blockage created a massive traffic jam that held up 9 billion a day in global trade.

Thankfully… the Affinity isn’t in the same boat.

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Bojo relaxes on the beaches of Greece

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Outgoing UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has well and truly taken his foot off the gas, relaxing on the beaches of Greece as the leadership battle plays out back home

Downing Street has now confirmed Johnson will not be working on his holiday unless he is needed urgently.

It comes as he doges accusations of running a so-called ‘zombie government’ until a new leader is sworn in.

This recent trip to Greece is Johnson’s second break abroad within three weeks, as British resident struggle through a worsening energy crisis.

Meanwhile, as the outgoing P-M stretches out on the beach, two large removal trucks have turned up at Number 10 to begin his transition out of the official residence.

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