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Surprising no one who comes here daily, Melanie Griffith finally filed for divorce from Antonio Banderas. The couple has been married for 18 years but over the past several years they have barely spent any time together while Antonio squired a bunch of different women. Does anyone use the word squired? Melanie is asking for child support which she will probably get, but Stella is almost 18 so that won't last long. Melanie is also asking for spousal support and she should ask for a ton. She deserves it. Hell, it will cost thousands just to rid herself of all her Antonio tattoos. I'm glad she is finished trying to make it work because he made no effort at all and she should have left him two years ago when this all started.
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