TomKat is officially over. The couple's supposed divorce documents have been leaked and although many are talking about how little Katie received, it appears to be exactly what TomKat wanted.
According to the alleged documents, Katie will not receive any money from the big time action star and instead will receive only child support for their daughter Suri in the form of $400,000 a year on top of Tom paying for Suri's education, health insurance, and any other expenses for the child.
The duo also agreed in the divorce settlement and custody agreement that Suri will never attend boarding school.
It's easy to think Katie got shammed in this deal but she'll be just fine. Here are three reasons she doesn't need Tom's money:
Fierce and fearless
We've all heard the reports on how Katie orchestrated the whole divorce, doing everything secretly, and waiting until Tom was out of the country to drop the bomb on him.
Before the divorce Katie was seen as a meek member of the Cruise family. She barely had a voice. Now we know she's actually a strong and independent woman. She doesn't need Tom's money. It was never important to her.
Hollywood is calling
Now that Katie is a free woman she can finally have a career and go back to acting. It seemed while she was under Tom's thumb he wanted her to be a stay at mom as opposed to the budding star she was becoming when they started dating.
Katie's last major role was in "Batman Begins" starring opposite Christian Bale and we can bet Hollywood is ready to have Katie back as one of the town's leading actresses.
We don't expect Katie to rush into anything too quick but now that Tom is gone Katie can experience young love once again and this time she can do it on her own terms. There's a variety of sexy bachelors in Hollywood that will go crazy for Katie once she's on the dating scene again. Tom who?
Are you surprised by the details of Katie and Tom's divorce settlement? Should she have asked for more?
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