Hugh Hefner Made Crystal Harris Sign “Ironclad” Prenup
The two tied the knot on December 31 in a private ceremony at the Mansion
They said she was only after his money but a new report claims differently: glamor girl Crystal Harris, 26, did not marry Hugh Hefner, 86, for his money, but out of love. She signed an “ironclad” prenup before the wedding.The two were engaged once before but it ended very badly when Crystal decided to pull the plug on everything just 5 days before the wedding.
They got back together last year and, shortly before Christmas, rumors started to circulate that they would be tying the knot on the night between the years.
That they did.
However, before that, The Hef’s attorneys had drawn up a very clear prenuptial contract that safeguards his fortune in the eventuality of a divorce, Us Weekly has learned.
If that ever happens, Crystal won’t be getting half of his everything. On the contrary, actually.
“Harris, December 2009′s Playmate of the Month, has not been added to the editor’s pre-existing will. Hefner’s estimated $43 million [€32.3 million] fortune is promised to ‘his children, the University of Southern California film school and a variety of charities,’ the source says,” the publication writes.
Moreover, Crystal is totally okay with the idea that she stands to gain nothing if she and Hugh ever divorce, the report goes on to mention.
“Harris has made peace with Hefner’s plan. Just days before their winter wedding, the lingerie store owner told Us, ‘Our relationship is better than ever. Things are perfect’,” Us writes.
Then again, if she agreed to sign the prenup, one shouldn’t believe that Crystal will get nothing in case of a divorce.
Considering that Hefner let her keep the $90,000 (€67,801) engagement ring he first gave her, to dispose of as she saw fit, along with other gifts, it’s probably safe to assume that she’s still pretty much set for life, even if her marriage doesn’t work out.