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LA Dodgers Divorce Papers Filed, Billions of Dollars At Stake

Oct. 27 2009, Published 10:04 a.m. ET

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Let the fighting begin.

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The Hollywood divorce of the year has officially commenced, with Jamie McCourt filing papers against her husband, and LA Dodgers owner, Frank McCourt.

Citing the California standard of irreconcilable differences Jamie McCourt makes a burgeoning list of demands within the papers, which exceed 100 pages.

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Amongst her demands is that she regain her job as CEO and vice-chairman of the Dodgers, a position her husband fired her from just last week, along with the many perks that position brings such as travel by private jet, unlimited travel expenses, business dinners five nights a week, free parking at the Dodgers Stadium, access to team doctors for family members, hair and make-up for Dodgers events, tickets to games and play-offs and a pass to all National league games.

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Jamie lists her monthly living expenses at $488,928 and states that the McCourt estate is valued in excess of $1billion.

As reported exclusively, the couple who met in college and married 30-years ago, have no pre-nup.

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Jamie claims that she is co-owner of the Dodgers, something her husband hotly refutes. Jamie says that when she signed papers giving away her rights to ownership of the LA sports team she was not represented by legal counsel and therefore urges the court to declare "that any purported capital Marital Property Agreements are null, void, and unenforceable."



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