Michael Brown and Wife Divide Up the Luxury

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Further talk of an alleged hit man in ex-hand doc Michael Brown's divorce case was averted today when lawyers for Brown and his wife signed "agreed temporary orders" divvying up the couple's bounty. And boy, is it a bounty -- especially for a dude who filed bankruptcy in 2006.

For those interested in the lifestyles of the rich and unbelievably fucked-up, here are the highlights of the agreement, which orders Brown to pay $25,000 per month in spousal support, and $5,000 a month in child support for the two children he had with Rachel. She also gets temporary possession of the following:

-- a blue Lamborghini -- a Mercedes 550 -- a Hummer -- an Escalade -- a limousine -- a mother-effing Maserati -- the home on Memorial Drive, and two adjacent residences -- the home on Lake Conroe (except for when Michael Brown has the kids)

Michael Brown gets:

-- a Leon County ranch -- a property on Antoine Drive -- a rental apartment at the Four Seasons

We'll keep you posted on any future developments.

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