Comments about ‘Dodger divorcee after $131 million tax-free settlement: 'I made a huge mistake'’

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Published: Wednesday, April 24 2013 9:45 a.m. MDT

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Salt Lake City, UT

She's the definition of a gold digger.

Tooele, UT

Pure avarice!

Tooele, UT

Pure avarice.

Hyrum, UT

My heart is bleeding for that poor woman. How is she ever able to make do with only $131,000,000 tax free dollars and a couple of mansions thrown in? What's her next step... filing for food stamps??

It's interesting how everything is relative. To most of us, even $131,000 sounds like a lot of money... just 1/1,000th of what she now thinks is not nearly enough. At what point is enough enough? Perhaps the old adage is true... the more you have, the more you want!

Heber, Utah

Duh! It's called Due Diligence. If someone sells their house, then finds out it was worth more, they can't go back and ask for more money right? Please tell me that this can't happen. I'm hoping she takes her pitiful settlement to skid row with her and lives happily ever after.

Nussdorfer AC
Salt Lake City, UT

There's always room in the Bluth family.

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