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This time around Brett Rossi is getting the services of Charlie Sheen's lawyer in her divorce proceedings. Her soon to be ex-husband filed for divorce last year but Brett never did anything about it until Charlie Sheen popped into the picture. Now, with a possible million dollar payday ahead Brett is moving full speed ahead with the divorce before Charlie changes his mind. Helping this all move forward is Charlie's lawyer who is now representing Brett. It is nice of Charlie to help pay for her divorce so he can marry her. Brett will probably become very familiar being on the other side of the attorney when the couple inevitably divorce. I'm not sure how long they will be married. I think she is pregnant or praying everyday she is pregnant so that will get her an extra year. If there were no kids I would say married for a year and going through a divorce for a year. With a kid, the marriage might last two years before a divorce is sought.
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