Harold Hamm Paid $974.8 Million As Divorce Settelment To Former Wife Sue Ann Arnall: More Details Here
What comes in your mind when you think of billionaire entrepreneur Harold Glenn Hamm and his former wife, Sue Ann Arnall. Well, we think of their divorce settlement, which is listed as the second expensive divorce across the United States of America.
The 73-year-old billionaire Harold Hamm paid approximately $974.8 million as compensation or divorce settlement to his then-wife Sue Ann in 2015.
Besides the multi-million dollar check, what else did Sue Ann get in her settlement? Details down below.
What Makes Harold And Sue’s divorce The Second Most Expensive Settlement In The USA?
As per Daily Mail, Harold paid Sue Ann a massive chunk of money i.e. $974,790,317.77, while ending their marriage of 27 years of marriage. Despite the vast amount, Sue Ann turned down the check at first, claiming it was not a fair cut of his wealth.
Sue Ann cashed a personal check for $974.8 million from her ex-husband Harold in September 2015.
Besides the chunky check, Arnall also got the Oak Ride Ranch property worth of $14.7 million. The former husband-wife purchased the property back in 2011.
Moreover, she also got two Oklahoma homes worth $4.6 million and $800,000.
How Rich Is Harold Hamm?
The 74-year-old business tycoon is estimated to own a net worth $14.2 billion as of January 2018. He made his billion-dollar fortune from his shale oil-exploration company Continental Resources. The company is listed as Oklahoma’s 4th largest public company.
As per Bloomberg, Harold‘s net worth rose by $2 billion in just one day as the share of his Continental Resources Inc. surged 22%, the most since 2016.
Hamm currently resides in Oklahoma City. Besides, he also owns homes in Nichols Hills, which is worth $4.6 million, Enid, Branson, Mo, and other places as well.
On the other hand, his ex-wife Sue Ann Arnall is currently worth $1 billion, out of which mostly came from her divorce settlement. She also owns million-dollar properties in California and Oklahoma.