New York Post By Kathianne Boniello November 5, 2016
Mariah Carey scoffed at her wealthy ex’s idea of a prenup, calling it “tacky and insulting,” according to a report.
The singer, reportedly worth more than $500 million herself, balked at Australian businessman James Packer‘s offer, which included $6 million a year for each full year of marriage, an allowance for clothes and the use of a private plane, TMZ reported Saturday.
Packer, himself worth an estimated $3 billion, was willing to pay for a credit card for Carey but didn’t want any jewelry or items worth more than $250,000 outside of special occasions to be considered a gift unless they specifically wrote, “This is my gift to you,” according to the site.
Packer had agreed to a $50 million lump sum if their union failed, Mariah had claimed. The pair recently broke up.