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Judge Finalizes The-Dream's Divorce

Producer's marriage to singer Christina Milian is officially over

October 25, 2011 9:05 AM ET
The Dream and Christina Milian
The Dream and Christina Milian
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A judge in Atlanta has finalized singer Christina Milian's divorce from songwriter and producer The-Dream. According to Milian's attorney, Randy Kessler, the final paperwork was signed by the judge earlier this month and the divorce was resolved by mutual agreement. Milian and The-Dream were married in 2009 and separated in July 2010. The former couple have an infant daughter together.

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"People make too much of me and Christina anyway. We weren’t together that long, only like six months," The-Dream told Rolling Stone last month. "I know who I am. Christina and Nivea [his first ex-wife] know who I am and one day they’ll look back and say, "You know who was a dope motherfucker? Dream. Other men played me, but him? He set it straight down, like Patròn, no chaser."

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The-Dream: Def Jam Rushed the Release of 'Love King'
Christina Milian Says Marriage to The-Dream was 'Hell' 

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