"The Real" host Jeannie Mai has reached a divorce settlement with her now ex-husband and she will keep the couple's million-dollar L.A. mansion.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Mai and her ex, Freddy Harteis, came to an agreement in their divorce last month.
Per their deal, neither will pay the other spousal support but she will keep the Sherman Oaks home, which is worth an estimated $1.2 million. He will transfer all his rights in the home to her and she gets to keep all the furniture and artwork inside.
She also keeps her clothing, jewelry, and personal effects and several banks accounts.
Mai, who was represented by powerhouse attorney Marci Levine, will also keep her SAG pension plan and her interest in her entertainment company, Mai Dream Inc. She also keep any money she pulled in since the date of separation.
Her ex-husband will walk away with a 2003 Mercedes Benz C-Class, a 2016 Dodge Ram 2500 Power Wagon, a Sprinter Pull Log Trailer, and several bank accounts.
Harteis will also receive a one-time payment from Mai (the amount is being kept confidential).
As The Blast first reported, Jeannie Mai filed for divorce from her husband following nearly 10 years of marriage. The date of separation was August 10, 2017.
The talk show host cited irreconcilable differences and wanted the judge to terminate her ex’s right to spousal support. The two did not have kids.
Mai talked about the split on "The Real" at the time, saying, "To this day, I mean it honestly, he’s the best man I know … I married him because he’s like my dad. He’s very loyal, he’s very compassionate, so funny, an awesome guy and in our 13 years of being together, there was never any lies, no betrayal, no cheating, nothing."