The ugliness is over.
And the celebration can now begin for Shannon Beador.
Back on April 24, Shannon and ex-husband David agreed to terms on their divorce settlement, putting to an end one of the more vicious break-ups in recent memory.
At the time, however, the details of this settlment were kept private, with fans asking the expected question of who came out on top, financially speaking.
We now appear to have an answer.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, David has agreed to pay Shannon $1.4 million “to equalize the division of community property as set forth herein."
The former couple will also share joint legal and physical custody of their three daughters -- and they both agreed not to move outside Orange County with the kids.
Moreover, David pay Shannon $2,935 per month in child support, plus $7,065 for spousal support ... for a total $10,000 a month.
This is a huge figure, but it's actually a drastic reduction from $22,000 she was being paid on temporary basis over the past few months.
Reads the divorce judgment:
“The parties shall communicate with one another to ensure the children are appropriately cared for at all times.
"The parties shall cooperate to promote healthy parent-child relationships between each party and each of the children, and neither party shall make derogatory remarks about the other in the presence of the children."
The kids in question are 17-year old Sophie and 14-year-old twins Stella and Adeline.
The reality stars split in September of 2017 after over 17 years of marriage and then Shannon filed to end their relationship in December of 2017.
The romance was rocky even before it ended, with Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Orange County focusing on David's admitted infidelity.
The couple tried to repair its marriage on air through therapy and open dialogue with their family -- but to no avail in the end.
“The truth about the state of my marriage is that it’s not good,” Shannon said on an episode of this Bravo reality show, adding at the time:
“I just want to know how David feels because living in this limbo, it’s kind of a form of torture. I just want to know.”
Eventually, Shannon got what she asked for -- but this information came in the form of David accusing his estranged wife of being a drunk.
In March, Shannon won joint legal and physical custody of her daughters, along $22,500 per month for child and spousal support
After having referred to David as both “disgusting” and a “nickel and dimer" in previous statements, Shannon may not be thrilled with this figure being slashed by more than half in the final settlement.
But at least she's now free from the constraints of her marriage.
The settlement prevents the exes from having to go through with a scheduled trial and avoids Shannon from having David's allegations made even more public, considering he said in the past that her drinking and her "behavior" were "detrimental to the children."
He also said on many occasions that she had gotten really fat.
Among the things Shannon will maintain in the divorce:
She will keep a 2015 Cadillac Escalade; a leased 2018 BMW7 Series sedan; her bank accounts; and household furniture and furnishings currently in her possession.
David will keep a property near Corona, California; the Beador Construction Company; a 1998 Ford Expedition; a 2008 Ford Explorer; a 2011 Land Rover Range Rover SC; a 2017 BMW X3; a 2018 Ford Raptor Truck; a leased 2018 Porsche Carrera Turbo Cabriolet; a 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV; and household furniture and furnishings presently in his possession.
As stated above, The Blast was the website that obtained these documents and broke this news.
You can read more about who receives what in the Beador divorce HERE.