The magnificence queen estranged spouse of ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin — the officer charged with murdering George Floyd — wants both of those of the couple’s households in their divorce, a report stated Tuesday.
Kellie Chauvin, 45, is asking for sole ownership of the couple’s residence in Oakdale, Minnesota, valued at $273,800, and their townhouse in Windermere, Florida, which is worth about $226,282, The Star Tribune documented.
Kellie, who at the time held the title of Mrs. Minnesota, submitted for divorce two days just after her partner was billed in the May possibly 25 killing of Floyd, whose death sparked a nationwide reckoning on racism and law enforcement brutality.
The previous real estate agent revealed in court docket papers that the few break up a few days immediately after Derek, who is white, was recorded kneeling for just about nine minutes on the neck of Floyd, who was black.
Kellie is neither seeking nor has available alimony payments.
She has requested a “fair and equitable division” of own home, motor vehicles and all bank, retirement and expense accounts.
It’s not very clear from the divorce petition regardless of whether possibly of the couple’s houses have been mortgaged, which would be key analyzing whether or not attaining both equally would be a economical boon, authorities explained to the Tribune.
Derek, 44, — who is currently being held in jail on $1.25 million bail — skipped a deadline to file an answer and counter-petition, which would problem any of Kellie’s proposals, the paper noted.
He has no attorney mentioned for the divorce and his lawyer in the felony case declined to comment.