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Nigger lover Robert DeNiro, FLAT BROKE because of Grace Hightower, the black whore he married.
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Dave Cross
2021-04-17 20:49:43 UTC
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White men marrying black whores deserve every second of pain and
poverty they reap.

De Niro struggling to keep up with wife’s ‘thirst for Stella
McCartney’: divorce lawyer

“Aging Bull” Robert De Niro is being worked to death to keep up
with his estranged wife’s extravagant lifestyle — including her
“thirst for Stella McCartney” and $1 million-plus diamond rings,
his lawyer claimed in court Friday.

The elderly acting legend is already a tax delinquent again —
with the paychecks from his next two movies to offset his latest
multimillion-dollar bill to Uncle Sam, his divorce lawyer
claimed.

“Mr. De Niro is 77 years old, and while he loves his craft, he
should not be forced to work at this prodigious pace because he
has to,” De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, told a Manhattan
judge during a virtual divorce hearing.

“When does that stop? When does he get the opportunity to not
take every project that comes along and not work six-day weeks,
12-hour days so he can keep pace with Ms. Hightower’s thirst for
Stella McCartney?” Krauss said, referring to her client’s ex,
Grace Hightower, and the celebrity designer.

“He could get sick tomorrow, and the party’s over,” she said of
the famed “Raging Bull” and “The Irishman” star.

De Niro phoned into the proceeding, while Hightower appeared by
video link.

The hearing came as the pair continues to squabble over how much
money De Niro should have to pay to Hightower until the terms of
their 2004 prenup agreement kick in, presumably after their
divorce is finalized.

Hightower’s lawyer, Kevin McDonough, argued that since filing
for divorce in 2018, De Niro has unfairly continued to cut the
amount of money he has been sending his estranged spouse,
including involving her credit-card expenses, going from
$375,000 a month to just $100,000 monthly as recently as January.

But Krauss claimed that in the years leading up to their
separation, Hightower was spending more and more. In just 2019,
she had spent $1.67 million — including buying a diamond worth
$1.2 million from jeweler Kwiat, the lawyer said.

Krauss said De Niro is behind millions of dollars on his taxes
and that the money from his next two movie projects will go
toward paying off those liabilities. De Niro — who was clobbered
with a $6.4 million tax lien in 2015 — has previously said the
pandemic decimated his finances.

De Niro doesn’t want Hightower and their two kids to have to
move out of their Manhattan apartment as per the prenup, which
calls for the former couple to sell the $20 million pad, split
the profits and then have him buy a new $6 million home for the
trio, Krauss said.

But “if the choice is selling the apartment and following the
agreement or paying pursuant to Ms. Hightower’s demands — which
are rich with indulgence, and waste and greed — then we would go
with the former,” Krauss said.

McDonough said that until the prenuptial agreement goes into
effect, De Niro is supposed to pay her so she can “maintain the
status quo” lifestyle she had when they were married — while
also crying foul on Krauss’ claims that De Niro is struggling
financially.

“If he wants to direct or compel his family to leave their
longtime home while he’s spending millions and millions and
millions on himself, on his own homes, on renovating what his
lawyers tongue-and-cheek call his cottage in Montauk, which he
has poured millions and millions into over the past couple of
years, he can take that position,” McDonough claimed of the
actor.

“There have been no cutbacks and no slowdowns in Mr. De Niro’s
lifestyle whatsoever,” McDonough said. “When Mr. De Niro goes to
brunch Sunday in Connecticut, he charters a helicopter up there.
When he flies down to see his friends in Florida or wherever
else, it’s a private jet.”

Krauss denied the claim that De Niro took a helicopter to
brunch, while McDonough scoffed that his client spent $1.2
million on a diamond.

“I want to get these parties divorced,” Manhattan Supreme Court
Justice Matthew Cooper said. “I want to get Ms. Hightower and
Mr. De Niro to go their separate ways.

“They will still come out of this richer than almost any human
being who walks this Earth,” Cooper said.

Earlier in the hearing, Cooper reminded both sides, “There is
nothing ordinary about these expenses. For 99.9999 percent of
the world, these are extraordinary to an almost unimaginable
degree.”

De Niro and Hightower were married in 1997, split in 1999, then
got back together and renewed their vows in 2004 before he filed
for divorce three years ago.

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Beijing Biden
2021-04-17 22:57:55 UTC
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White men marrying black whores deserve every second of pain and
poverty they reap.
De Niro struggling to keep up with wife’s ‘thirst for Stella
McCartney’: divorce lawyer
“Aging Bull” Robert De Niro is being worked to death to keep up
with his estranged wife’s extravagant lifestyle — including her
“thirst for Stella McCartney” and $1 million-plus diamond rings,
his lawyer claimed in court Friday.
The elderly acting legend is already a tax delinquent again —
with the paychecks from his next two movies to offset his latest
multimillion-dollar bill to Uncle Sam, his divorce lawyer
claimed.
“Mr. De Niro is 77 years old, and while he loves his craft, he
should not be forced to work at this prodigious pace because he
has to,” De Niro’s lawyer, Caroline Krauss, told a Manhattan
judge during a virtual divorce hearing.
“When does that stop? When does he get the opportunity to not
take every project that comes along and not work six-day weeks,
12-hour days so he can keep pace with Ms. Hightower’s thirst for
Stella McCartney?” Krauss said, referring to her client’s ex,
Grace Hightower, and the celebrity designer.
“He could get sick tomorrow, and the party’s over,” she said of
the famed “Raging Bull” and “The Irishman” star.
De Niro phoned into the proceeding, while Hightower appeared by
video link.
The hearing came as the pair continues to squabble over how much
money De Niro should have to pay to Hightower until the terms of
their 2004 prenup agreement kick in, presumably after their
divorce is finalized.
Hightower’s lawyer, Kevin McDonough, argued that since filing
for divorce in 2018, De Niro has unfairly continued to cut the
amount of money he has been sending his estranged spouse,
including involving her credit-card expenses, going from
$375,000 a month to just $100,000 monthly as recently as January.
But Krauss claimed that in the years leading up to their
separation, Hightower was spending more and more. In just 2019,
she had spent $1.67 million — including buying a diamond worth
$1.2 million from jeweler Kwiat, the lawyer said.
Krauss said De Niro is behind millions of dollars on his taxes
and that the money from his next two movie projects will go
toward paying off those liabilities. De Niro — who was clobbered
with a $6.4 million tax lien in 2015 — has previously said the
pandemic decimated his finances.
De Niro doesn’t want Hightower and their two kids to have to
move out of their Manhattan apartment as per the prenup, which
calls for the former couple to sell the $20 million pad, split
the profits and then have him buy a new $6 million home for the
trio, Krauss said.
But “if the choice is selling the apartment and following the
agreement or paying pursuant to Ms. Hightower’s demands — which
are rich with indulgence, and waste and greed — then we would go
with the former,” Krauss said.
McDonough said that until the prenuptial agreement goes into
effect, De Niro is supposed to pay her so she can “maintain the
status quo” lifestyle she had when they were married — while
also crying foul on Krauss’ claims that De Niro is struggling
financially.
“If he wants to direct or compel his family to leave their
longtime home while he’s spending millions and millions and
millions on himself, on his own homes, on renovating what his
lawyers tongue-and-cheek call his cottage in Montauk, which he
has poured millions and millions into over the past couple of
years, he can take that position,” McDonough claimed of the
actor.
“There have been no cutbacks and no slowdowns in Mr. De Niro’s
lifestyle whatsoever,” McDonough said. “When Mr. De Niro goes to
brunch Sunday in Connecticut, he charters a helicopter up there.
When he flies down to see his friends in Florida or wherever
else, it’s a private jet.”
Krauss denied the claim that De Niro took a helicopter to
brunch, while McDonough scoffed that his client spent $1.2
million on a diamond.
“I want to get these parties divorced,” Manhattan Supreme Court
Justice Matthew Cooper said. “I want to get Ms. Hightower and
Mr. De Niro to go their separate ways.
“They will still come out of this richer than almost any human
being who walks this Earth,” Cooper said.
Earlier in the hearing, Cooper reminded both sides, “There is
nothing ordinary about these expenses. For 99.9999 percent of
the world, these are extraordinary to an almost unimaginable
degree.”
De Niro and Hightower were married in 1997, split in 1999, then
got back together and renewed their vows in 2004 before he filed
for divorce three years ago.
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