FRED DURST Divorce Finalized

FRED DURST Divorce Finalized

According to TMZ, Fred Durst has finalized his divorce from Kseniya Beryazina Durst, his wife of about six years.

The LIMP BIZKIT frontman will initially pay $7,400 per month in spousal support. In September it goes to $5,000 per month, and finally $2,500 per month for the final year of payments. Additionally, he will pay his ex-wife a one-time lump sum of $26,000. She also gets a 2018 BMW X1, which Fred will make the payments on until February 2021.

Fred will keep his 2014 Harley-Davidson and all his music rights and residuals for LIMP BIZKIT. He also retains rights to several businesses he owns, including a couple of tattoo companies.

Durst, 48, and Kseniya, a Ukrainian makeup artist, had been married since 2012. The couple, who do not have children together, reportedly wed at an estate in San Diego.

Durst was previously married to Rachel Tergesen from 1990 to 1993 and to Esther Nazarov in 2009, according to People. In 2006, he announced that he was engaged to Krista Salvatore.

Durst and Tergesen share daughter Adriana, 28, while the rocker has a 17-year-old son Dallas with ex-girlfriend Jennifer Thayer.

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