‘DISCONTINUANCE’

Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump ‘Finalized’ Agreement in Divorce Case

Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump have “finalized” an agreement in their divorce case, according to a family statement. A court filing appeared on Thursday called a “stipulation of discontinuance.” An official with the New York State court system told The Daily Beast that “the matter has been resolved.” Asked about the filing, Vanessa and Donald Trump Jr. said in a joint statement: “We finalized our agreement at the end of last year. We are incredibly lucky to have five amazing children and are committed to raising them together. Our kids and their happiness will always be our first priority.”

Vanessa filed for divorce against the president’s eldest son on March 15, Manhattan court records indicate. The handful of court filings publicly available didn’t detail why Vanessa wanted out, but reports had claimed that Trump Jr. was allegedly unfaithful. One New York Post article also reported that the real-estate scion may have been too frugal. A source claimed to the Post that Trump Jr. treated Vanessa like a “second-class citizen.”  Trump Jr. is now reportedly in a relationship with former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle. Vanessa and Trump Jr. wed in 2005, and they have five children.  —Victoria Bekiempis