Their divorce proceeding is getting beyond messy.
TMZ Sports is reporting that if Larsa can't reach a divorce settlement with the NBA Hall of Famer and six-time champion — allowing her to get a piece of their reported $50 million fortune — then she would aim for his life insurance.
The celebrity website says that Larsa is worried that Pippen won't pay her following the completion of their divorce to the point that she wants to use his life insurance policy as collateral.
This revelation should shut down last week's report about the married couple of 19 years being open to reconciling.
It also follows the TMZ release of two separate 911 phone calls allegedly made by Larsa over her husband's aggression and scary behavior towards her on October 2 and 4, respectively.
Whether the heated arguments were about Larsa's alleged relationship with Future is unknown, but police did respond to their Florida home on October 4. No arrests were made, however.
The Pippens' prenup, which was signed by both Scottie and Larsa, heavily favored the NBA legend since it was inked back in 1997. However, Larsa claims the original terms were voided since last November, when the couple allegedly agreed to nullify the contract.
That didn't stop Pippen from reportedly asking a Florida court to amend the prenup last week in an attempt to keep Larsa away from their $50 million fortune. He also filed for full custody of their four children — Scottie Jr., Preston, Justin and Sophia — wanting to move them from Fort Lauderdale to Chicago so they could be closer to his reported new ESPN gig.
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