Inside Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez’s divorce settlement: Huge payout, tell-all book ban, more

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Inside Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez’s divorce settlement: Huge payout, tell-all book ban, more

The details of Ariana Grande’s multimillion-dollar divorce from Dalton Gomez have been revealed. Page Six confirmed the

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The details of Ariana Grande’s multimillion-dollar divorce from Dalton Gomez have been revealed.

Page Six confirmed the “Positions” singer, 30, settled her split from the real estate agent, 28, in a Los Angeles court last week after filing for divorce less than a month prior.

“Ariana and Dalton really wanted to take care of each through all of this and make it as easy on one another as possible — which is why they really took their time with everything,” an insider told us of the amicable settlement.

“They have a strong mutual respect for each other,” the source continued.

The former couple had an iron-clad prenuptial agreement and filed the settlement last Friday, with their official separation date listed as Feb. 20.

Inside Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez’s divorce settlement.

Grande, who was represented by Hollywood power attorney Laura Wasser, has since moved on with her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater, while Gomez was seen kissing actress Maika Monroe over the weekend.

Here’s everything to know about the details of the former couple’s settlement.

Gomez’s hefty payout

The “Into You” singer will give her ex a one-time payment.

Sources previously told Page Six that Gomez would receive an upfront payout from the former Nickelodeon star rather than monthly spousal support.

According to documents obtained by the Blast, the luxury realtor will receive a tax-free payout of $1,250,000.

The singer will also pay $25,000 of Gomez’s attorney fees.

“The parties acknowledge that (Dalton) has been provided with thirty (30) days rent-free use of the Los Angeles Family Residence … and a tax-free payment of $1,250,000 from (Ariana) … in lieu of any spousal support payments being due,” the court documents stated.

The pair were married for two years before calling it quits.

“The parties acknowledge that there shall be no permanent spousal support payable by one party to the other party in this matter. This waiver of permanent spousal support is non-modifiable, irrespective of any changes in the parties’ respective health or financial circumstances.”

Their marital home will be sold

The exes, who were married for two years before deciding to go their separate ways, spent most of their relationship in LA.

The former couple quarantined together throughout the COVID-19 pandemic in their marital home, which will reportedly be sold in the wake of the split.

Grande and Gomez will split the profits from the sale of their home.

The pair will pay their $6 million mortgage before putting the property on the market and splitting the profit equally.

As Page Six reported, Grande had previously requested that any community property be divided between the pair, per the conditions of their prenup.

Photos and videos will be kept private

The Nickelodeon alum has since moved on with her “Wicked” co-star Ethan Slater.

According to the Daily Mail, “both parties are barred from releasing or publishing any photograph (and related negatives), tape, film or like embodiments in all forms.”

The condition relates to any photo or recording featuring “any aspect of any activity in or about any home, office or other property owned.”

Don’t expect a tell-all

Both parties will be barred from speaking publicly about the details of their marriage.

The exes’ settlement also notes that Gomez is barred from penning a tell-all book about their marriage or giving any interviews about the details of their relationship.

Per the court docs, he cannot “give any interview, write, appear in connection with, or assist or cooperate in the preparation or presentation of any book, article, interview, program or other production or publication of any kind whatsoever concerning the other party.”

The conditions also apply to Grande, and the confidentiality provision will be “fully enforceable by each party.”

Personal belongings

The former couple’s official separation date was Feb. 20, 2023.

As previously reported, Grande asked the court to consider miscellaneous jewelry — including earrings she purchased before and during the marriage — as her separate property and assets.

As such, she will keep her personal belongings, including a painting by famed artist Yoshitomo Nara, along with any “earnings and accumulations at any time including prior to the parties’ marriage, during the parties’ marriage, and after the parties’ date of separation.”

Docs previously obtained by Page Six reveal the actress cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split.

Grande and the property pro began dating in January 2020 and got engaged that December.