Pregnant Megan Fox still divorcing Brian Austin Green

megan-foxMegan Fox discovered earlier this year that she’s pregnant with her husband Brian Austin Green’s child, but she says she has no plans to put off her divorce to him. Although she filed divorce papers last August, friends say they’re still close — obviously very close.

Megan and Brian, who have two sons together — Noah, three, and Bodhi, two — split after more than five years of marriage and 11 years as a couple. Since the separation, they have often been seen together with their kids.

Megan, who has Brian’s name tattooed on her hip, has been hiding her form under baggy shirts lately but at CinemaCon in Las Vegas on Monday, she was photographed in a tight dress under a leather jacket, with the baby bump clearly visible.

According to TMZ, Megan has been entitled to all her earnings since she filed for divorce, including her pay for the upcoming film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, which hits theaters on June 3, 2016. If she puts a stop to the divorce, she would have to divvy up her earnings with her estranged husband, who doesn’t earn nearly as much as she does.

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  1. Miko • April 14, 2016 @ 12:42 PM

    You sure it’s not the other way around? Stay together you are not required to divvy up you freely do as you please. But if you split then you divvy up 50/50 or as per agreement because even if he didnt earn as much he was part of their life basically for 11 years together.

  2. Cethara • April 14, 2016 @ 2:43 PM

    Nope. Once the papers are filed it’s like an axe was dropped on that share line. What each earn is theirs but before the papers are in the courts everything is 50/50 pretty much. Even amount of outstanding debt before the papers are filed is 50/50 but after papers filed any debt occurred is that individuals debt, not both.

  3. Cethara • April 14, 2016 @ 2:46 PM

    I should add that if he goes for spousal support because she kept him in a lifestyle that he can’t live otherwise, that’s a different thing all together and would have to be ordered by a judge. But like I said before, the axe drops on the financial ‘share’ when papers are filed.

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