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Former “Real Housewives” star Camille Grammer and ex Kelsey Grammer are in another he said/she said situation.
Reality TV star Camille Grammer could snag roughly $30 million in her divorce from Kelsey Grammer.Sources told TMZ the two are close to signing their final property settlement agreement. With the three homes they owned while they were married, the total assets when they are sold should be around $60 million, of which Camille gets half. They have two children together.
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