Faith Hill and Tim McGraw $120 Million Divorce and Custody Battle After Cheating Rumors

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw $120 Million Divorce and Custody Battle After Cheating Rumors

Tim McGraw cheated on Faith Hill and now the couple heading for a $120 million divorce according to a recent report. More often not, especially in Hollywood, a celebrity’s struggle with alcohol addiction and substance abuse comes with a side effect of cheating. We can’t excuse their behavior, but musicians, especially, are responsible for this phenomenon. For example, the latest cover issue of Star Magazine suggests that Tim McGraw has been cheating on Faith Hill for many years, even as he struggles to stay sober. Are the two correlated? We can’t say for sure, but it seems likely.

I mean, he’s out, he’s partying, he’s drunk, he’s famous – girls come up to him, and throw themselves all over him. He should have enough self control to say no, but Star’s report claims that he doesn’t – and voila, divorce rumors start spiraling out of control. Faith Hill isn’t one to put up with a cheating husband for long, and we’ve heard enough rumors about Tim McGraw cheating that it seems like the stories have some basis in truth.

Star’s report also suggests that Faith finally threw Tim out, having had enough of his lies and cheating behavior. Plus, following the ‘$120 million divorce’, she’s reportedly planning on taking custody of their three girls. Would the court allow such a thing? If Faith proved beyond shadow of doubt that Tim was dealing with an alcohol addiction and he cheated on her, the chances for her to win sole custody look very high. Plus, they’ve been married long enough that even in addition to a prenup, proving that Tim cheated would lead to a significant uptick in the divorce settlement – at least, on her end.

What do you guys think about Faith Hill and Tim McGraw getting a divorce? Do you think they’ll be able to work through their problems, or is their marriage a lost cause? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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