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Apparently Simon Cowell has thrown enough of his money around that everyone is going to be happy in the divorce between Lauren Silverman and Andrew Silverman, which was caused in part by Simon having sex with the wife of his best friend for four years. Andrew and Simon sat down together at the Hamptons airport and hammered out a deal which will be filed with the court this week. Simon basically agreed to cover the clause in Andrew's pre-nup with Lauren so Andrew does not have to pay anything and Simon forked over more money to make sure that Lauren gets to visit the couple's child as much as she wants. Money talks. Simon then got on a plane and went to go have sex with his harem for a month in France and left Lauren behind with her son and her ex. Good time.
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