She wanted it, she got it – and now she wants to keep it.
Ariana Grande detailed a list of demands in her filing for divorce from Dalton Gomez after two years of marriage.
The pop star requested in the Sept. 18 filing obtained by Page Six that the estranged couple’s prenuptial agreement be honored. Details of the contract were not disclosed.
However, according to court documents, Grande confirmed that she wanted various jewelry items — including earrings she purchased before and during the marriage and after the separation — to be considered separate property and a*sets.
The “7 Rings” singer also noted that there are additional separate a*sets detailed in the prenup.
As for any shared property that was community property during the marriage, Grande requested that it be equally divided according to the prenup.
The final request was that both parties be responsible for their own attorney fees.
Page Six reached out to Gomez’s attorney for comment but did not immediately receive a response.
A source previously told Us that the dissolution of the marriage would continue to be amicable, as Grande, 30, and Gomez, 28, had “worked things out before heading to the courthouse.”
The estranged couple’s unity has been at the forefront since their split became public.
“They made the decision together,” an insider told us in July. “They had problems before January, but they want to remain best friends.”
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In January, the real estate agent flew to London, where the “One Last Time” singer was filming the movie “Wicked,” in a last-ditch attempt to try to save their union, but it “didn’t work.” . according to a source.
Grande and Gomez’s separation date is listed as February 20 in court documents.
The “Thank U, Next” singer has since moved on with her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater, who was also married when they began working together.
The Broadway star, 31, filed for divorce from his high school sweetheart turned wife, Lilly Jay, in July.
Jay, who shares a 1-year-old son with Slater, told Page Six exclusively that same month that Grande was “not a girl” and that her family was just “collateral damage.”