Divorce file: Prince and second wife Manuela Testolini lived luxurious lifestyle


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Divorce file: Prince and second wife Manuela Testolini lived luxurious lifestyle

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Prince's unsealed divorce file from his second marriage shows the couple lived a luxurious lifestyle that included spending $50,000 per party after major awards ceremonies.
Files from the late 'Purple Rain' megastar's divorce from Manuela Testolini were unsealed on Friday by a judge's order, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
The files show Testolini said the couple threw lavish parties after the Oscars and the Grammys with Testolini hiring a $5,000-a-day stylist to do her hair and makeup.

The records also show the couple would spend $50,000 on food, drinks and decor for each party.

Testolini had objected to the records being unsealed, claiming the disclosure would put her and her family at risk. Her attorney did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
'We had accounts at boutiques including Gucci, Versace and Valentino. We had accounts at Saks. There was never any restriction on (Prince's) or my spending,' Testolini said in the divorce files.
The records also show that Prince locked Testolini out of their home in Chanhassen, which was not at his Paisley Park recording complex, in May 2005.
Prince and Testolini met when she was a consultant for his charity, Love 4 One Another, the documents showed.

They married on Christmas Day in 2001. The couple's divorce was granted in 2007.
Prince, 57, died of a painkiller overdose in April. He previously was married to backup dancer Mayte Garcia.
Two years after their divorce, Testolini claimed Prince had not returned several personal items, including copies of videos he made based on two songs he had written for her.

He also had not returned jewelry, including a Tiffany gold and diamond earring set, as well as photographs, memorabilia and scrapbooks. The items were valued at $185,000.
Prince was representing himself at that time and did not respond to the court.
The documents do not give financial details of the final divorce settlement. Testolini did receive a house in Toronto worth about $6 million and a Lexus automobile, the newspaper reported.


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