With Kelsey Grammer’s Divorce, Estranged Wife Stands to Get at Least $30 Million in Split

Aug 13, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Kelsey Grammer may not be offering spousal support to his estranged wife, Camille Donatacci, but she stands to get at least $30 million in the split because she owns half of Grammer’s television company, Grammnet Productions, reports the New York Post’s Page Six.

Grammer reportedly isn’t offering spousal support for this reason, the story says. Donatacci, who has been married to Grammer for almost 13 years, stands to receive half of all the syndication money from "Frasier" that came in while they were married, which represents seven years of episodes, in addition to income from other shows from Grammnet Productions. Those include "Medium" and "Girlfriends," the story says. Grammer is said to be worth $85 million, the story says. Donatacci filed for divorce in July, while Kelsey Grammer has a new girlfriend, Kayte Walsh, who is pregnant, the article adds.

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