Here's how much money Georgina Chapman could get from her Harvey Weinstein divorce


Georgina Chapman could get just a fraction of Harvey Weinstein's estimated $250 million fortune if she officially divorces the disgraced film producer.

According to documents obtained by TMZ on Tuesday, the Marchesa designer could get upwards of $11.75 million from Weinstein if she files for divorce in the next year. Chapman said in a statement back in October that she was leaving her husband of (at that point) almost 10 years.

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Sources told ET on Monday that "divorce is still the plan" for the fashion designer, though no documents have been filed.

"Divorce is still the plan and she has her team of lawyers in place," the source said. "She is doing all right now and will be OK. She has a great support system around her and is moving on."

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The prenup reportedly indicated that the 41-year-old was to receive $300,000 annually in spousal support for the first nine years of their marriage. Once they hit the 10-year mark, which happens to have happened last Friday, that number jumped to $400,000.

In addition to spousal support, Chapman was to receive $250,000 annually for their first five years of marriage in marital assets, and $700,000 annually per every year thereafter. She also supposedly gets $25,000 a month in a housing allowance, which caps out at $3 million after 120 months together.

As the outlet notes, Chapman's personal fortune is estimated to be around $20 million.

In the prenup, it's also noted that neither party can publish memoirs or diaries or photographs, and the same goes for personal interviews or television/film deals about their personal lives.

One potential temptation for Chapman to hold off on officially divorcing Weinstein? The prenup allegedly adds that if they're still together one year from now, she could get $1 million per year in assets, up from $700,000.

At the moment, Chapman is reportedly busy planning for her return to New York Fashion Week in February, with the Marchesa show scheduled for the last day of NYFW on Feb. 14. Weinstein is thought to still be in Arizona, potentially still receiving alleged treatment for his sex addiction.

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