Hollywood's personal managers typically collect 15 percent of their clients' earnings and RadarOnline.com has learned that Kris Jenner is STILL making money off of husband Bruce, months after the two split.
Putting business before whatever remains of their marital relationship, Kris collects a percentage of every check Bruce gets from Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
She also gets a slice of every other project Bruce participates in, including -- in 2013 -- a small role in the upcoming inde film, The Hangover Games, an appearance on Kendra on Top and even the small fee every guest gets when he was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
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Even if the pair does divorce, Kris would still be entitled to her commission for any deals she made for Bruce. And if he eventually fires her, the money would still keep coming her way on any deal she made during her management gig.