Two years after Sanders’ cheating scandal, he and Ross are now officially divorced.
British director Rupert Sanders and his wife, model and actress Liberty Ross, are now officially divorced, according to sources. Two years ago, Sanders directed Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron. It was during the filming that photos of him getting up close and personal with Stewart were released and he found himself caught in a cheating scandal.
Sanders, 43, and Stewart, 24, made public apologies but Ross, 35, and Sanders split in 2012 and she filed for divorce in 2013. Kristen Stewart also felt repercussions when then boyfriend Robert Pattinson left her following news of the scandal.
Kristen Stewart, Sam Claflin, Rupert Sanders and Charlize Theron - Snow White and the Huntsman Germany Photocall
According to the court papers filed in L.A. on Wednesday, Ross gets the couple's home in L.A., an apartment and house in London, as well as 15 percent of the profits on films Sanders will make in the future. She was also awarded one-half of his residuals on Snow White and the Huntsman. Ross starred in the movie as Queen Eleanor, Snow White's mother.
Ross was also awarded $25,000 in spousal support until June 2018 or until she remarries. The couple will have joint custody of their children, Skyla, 9, and Tennyson, 7, but Ross will also receive $14,000 a month in child support.
The two were married in 2002. Both British, they moved to L.A. to further Sanders’ career while Ross focused on being a wife and mother.
In July 2012, he told People Magazine, "I am utterly distraught about the pain I have caused my family. My beautiful wife and heavenly children are all I have in this world. I love them with all my heart."
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