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Georgia family court judge finalizes singer's divorce

A family court judge in Fulton County has signed off on the divorce settlement agreement of singer Christina Milian and rapper and producer The Dream, whose real name is Terius Nash. The couple was married for just over two years, during which time they had one daughter together.

According to media reports, Milian and Nash were married in Las Vegas in September 2009. Just a few months after their wedding, however, the couple decided to separate. Milian was already pregnant with their daughter at the time, and Nash reportedly served his estranged wife with divorce papers just nine days before she gave birth.

Despite the seemingly bad timing of the divorce filing, the couple was reportedly able to reach an amicable divorce settlement agreement regarding all property, child custody and support issues that arose during the course of their Georgia divorce.

They did not immediately inform the media of their separation and divorce, but announced it nearly six months later after celebrity news outlets began to accuse Nash of infidelity after seeing him on vacation with his female assistant. His publicist quickly made a statement, announcing that the rapper was "saddened to announce that his marriage to Christina Milian was unsuccessful." The statement went on to report that "The couple reached this decision in late 2009, but decided to keep the news private in efforts to protect their baby daughter."

Last month, the Georgia family court judge presiding over the case signed off on the settlement agreement. The divorce was made final almost one year after the couple's initial filing.

Source: The Boombox, "Christina Milian and The-Dream are officially divorced," Kenneth Partridge, Oct. 24, 2011

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